238 new cases of COVID-19, no deaths, 144 additional Pfizer vaccines administered

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#On #Sunday, 144 additional doses of the #Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were administered. #So far, 3,866 doses have been administered. The province has also received 4,900 doses of the #Moderna vaccine – which will begin delivery to the #Far #North-Central and #Far-North-West regions on #Monday.

#One hundred and fifty-two people are hospitalized. #One hundred and fourteen people receive hospital care: eight in the #Northwest; 29 in the center-north; 35 in #Saskatoon; two in the center-east; 36 in #Regina; one in the southwest; two in the center-south; and one in the south-eastern areas. #Thirty-eight people are in intensive care: three in the #North-West; five in the center-north; 11 in #Saskatoon; one in the center-east; 15 in #Regina; two in the southwest; and one in the central-south areas.

There were 2,103 COVID-19 tests processed in #Saskatchewan on #Sunday.
#To date, 434,157 COVID-19 tests have been processed in #Saskatchewan. #As of #December 29, 2020, when other provincial and national figures were available, #Saskatchewan’s per capita rate was 256,659 people tested per million population. The national rate was 366,464 people tested per million population.

#Daily COVID-19 #Statistics

#Further statistics on the total number of cases among healthcare workers, the breakdown of the total number of cases by source of infection, age, sex and region, the total number of tests to date and the #Per capita screening rates are available on the #Government of #Saskatchewan website. #Please visit here.

The seven-day average of daily new cases is 181 (15.0 new cases per 100,000 population) and is now available on the #Government of #Saskatchewan website. #This graph compares today’s average to data collected in recent months.



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