The provincial government has announced four more deaths from residents who tested positive for COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. The province now has a total of 37 deaths from the virus.
- One resident was in their 60s and lived in the Far North East zone;
- One resident was over the age of 80 from the North West zone;
- One resident in their 60s from the North Central zone;
- One resident in their 70s from the Saskatoon zone.
Monday’s report from the government showed there are 235 new cases of COVID-19 in the province. There are 50 more recoveries with active cases at 2,864.
Starting Monday, the government will also start providing a seven-day average for daily cases in the province; Monday’s average is 219 (18 new cases per 100,000 population).
The new cases are located in the Far North West (11), Far North East (3), North West (10), North Central (24), North East (4), Saskatoon (54), Central West (4), Central East (7), Regina (66), South West (17), South Central (16) and South East (16) zones. Three new cases have pending residence information.
On Sunday, 2,861 COVID-19 tests were processed in Saskatchewan.
There are now 106 hospitalizations in Saskatchewan. 87 people are receiving inpatient care with seven in the North West, 10 in North Central, one in North East, 36 in Saskatoon, one in Central East, 11 in Regina, one in South West and 20 in the South East zone.
19 people are in intensive care with one in North West, two in North Central, nine in Saskatoon, one in Central East, two in South West and four in Regina.