COVID-19 has taken two more lives in Saskatchewan.
On Monday, the government revealed two residents, both 80 plus, in the South Central and Southeast zone, died bringing the total to 45.
The information comes as 325 new cases are reported in Saskatchewan bringing the seven-day average of daily new cases to 263 which equates to 21.7 new cases per 100,000 population.
The new cases are located in the Far North West (9), Far North East (14), North West (23), North Central (27), North East (9), Saskatoon (125), Central West (1), Central East (10), Regina (62), South West (22), South Central (8) and South East (13) zones and two (2) new cases have pending residence information.
Four cases with pending residence information were assigned to the Far North East (1), North West (1), North Central (1) and Regina (1) zones.
49 people have recovered bringing the active case count to 3,879. At the start of November, that number was 2,395.
123 people are in hospital as that number continues to climb with 33 in intensive care—six in Regina. On November 1, 33 people were in hospital with seven in ICU.
4,251 tests were processed on Sunday bringing the provincial total to 345,487