Number of active COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan drops to 27


With phase 3 of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan scheduled to take effect on Monday, the number of active COVID-19 cases in the province has dropped to 27.

This is the lowest number of its kind since there were 26 cases on March 20.

In a press release on Friday, the provincial government announced that there was a new case, bringing the total number of cases in Saskatchewan to 649 so far.

The last case is in the far north.

There have also been three other recoveries, which means that a total of 611 people have recovered from the virus so far.

To date, 11 deaths have been due to complications from COVID-19 in the province.

Of the active cases, 17 are in the far north, four in Regina, three in Saskatoon, two in the north and one in the south. There are no active cases in the central region.

One person is in the hospital; this person is in intensive care in Saskatoon.

Of the total number of cases, 390 are contacts with the community, 143 are travelers, 79 have no known exposure and 37 are under investigation by local public health authorities.

The total includes 51 health workers.

There were 258 cases in the far north, 170 in the Saskatoon region, 112 in the north, 80 in the Regina region, 17 in the south and 12 in the central region.

The total includes 230 cases in the 20 to 39 year age group, 198 between 40 and 59 years, 106 in the 60 to 79 year age group, 97 people aged 19 and under and 18 in the d age group. ’80 years and over range.

The 682 tests performed on Thursday bring the provincial total to date to 50,597.


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