The Saskatchewan Health Authority also announced a recent possible exhibition in Regina, at the Rochdale Superstore.
The SHA advises anyone who visited the business on August 5 between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. to monitor symptoms of the virus for 14 days.
Across the rest of the province on Saturday, the north central region recorded three new cases, Saskatoon also had three, the southwest region announced one new case and the south central region reported five.
Eight of the 24 new cases are linked to people living in “community settings,” a term the provincial government uses in reference to the Hutterite settlements.
Of the 13 people hospitalized, eight receive hospital care. Three of them are in Saskatoon, three in the Southwest region, one in the South Central region and one in Regina. Five people are in intensive care in the province, four in Saskatoon and one in the north central region.
Generally in Sask.
Of the 1,433 reported cases in the province, 207 are related to travel, 716 are community contacts (including mass gatherings), 389 have no known exposure and 121 are under investigation.
Fifty percent of all cases are women and 50 percent are men, and 228 of these cases involve people 19 years of age and under.
To date, there have been 20 COVID-19-related deaths in Saskatchewan.