Saskatchewan reports 130 new cases, highest in more than a month – .

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Saskatchewan health officials reported 130 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, the highest since June 3, when 130 cases were also reported.

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The new cases were reported in the extreme northwest (14), the extreme north of the center (3), the extreme northeast (13), the northwest (6), the center-north ( 14), Northeast (4), Saskatoon (38), Midwest (4), East Central (5), Regina (9), Southwest (2), South Central (4) and south-eastern zone (10).

There are a total of 628 active cases in the province.

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At the hospital, 60 patients with COVID-19 are being treated, including 12 patients in intensive care.

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No new deaths were reported on Sunday, the death toll remains at 582.

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3,491 additional doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered since the province’s last report on Friday. Currently, 664,144 residents are fully immunized in Saskatchewan.

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