COVID-19 Saskatchewan 17 new cases 15 hospital

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REGINA – Saskatchewan is reporting 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total to 1,359 cases. Four new cases are located in the north, five in the central regions, six in the south and two in the Regina area.

No new cases have been reported in the Saskatoon area or in the far north.

Of the 17 cases reported today, nine are from community living settings, the government said.

Additionally, one person who lives outside of Saskatchewan has tested positive in the province.

The government said this case was counted in the person’s home province, according to guidelines provided by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Of the 1,359 reported cases, 252 are considered active. There were 1,089 recoveries.

The province said 15 people were in hospital, three fewer than the 18 who were in hospital on Sunday.

Nine people receive hospital care: five in Saskatoon, three in the south and one in Regina. Six people are in intensive care: four in Saskatoon and two in Regina.

The government has said the tests are available to anyone who requests it.

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