164 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday; 91 from Regina

Regina continues being the problem spot for COVID-19 in Saskatchewan.

The province is announcing 164 new infections Tuesday with 91 of the cases coming from the Regina zone.

There were 201 recoveries putting the active case number at 1,942.  Of those 1,942, 1,039 come from the Regina zone.

The other new cases  located in the Far North West (1), Far North East (1), North West (2), North Central (1), North East (2), Saskatoon (24), Central West (2), Central East (11), South Central (20) and South East (6) zones.


#COVID19SK Update for March 30: 184,436 Vaccines Administered, 164 New Cases, 201 Recoveries, 160 in Hospital, One New Death.

The province has recorded its 434th death due to the virus as a person aged 80 or over from the East-central zone has passed away.

160 people are in hospital including 66 in Regina with 22 in intensive care including 14 in Regina.

The seven-day daily average of new cases is back above the 200 mark as it sits at 201.

When it comes to variants of concern, 1,575 have been identified as of Tuesday  by screening in Saskatchewan, reported in the Far North East (1), North Central (4), Saskatoon (18), Central West (3), Central East (25), Regina (1,298), South West (1), South Central (118) and South East (107) zones.

4,536 vaccines were delivered on Monday meaning 184,436 have been administered in the province.  Saskatoon had the majority of vaccines handed out on Monday with over 2,100.  The province now says one fifth of those in their 80’s have received their second dose and are fully vaccinated.

More of the Pfizer vaccine is expected in Saskatchewan with Saskatoon seeing 15, 210 doses and Regina seeing 14,040 arrive on Tuesday.  Prince Albert (3,510), North Battleford (2,340) and Yorkton (1,170) are expected Wednesday




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