The province is telling us about 248 new COVID-19 infections with the Regina zone accounting for 102 of those.
There are also 236 recoveries bringing the active case count to 2,640
The new cases are located in the Far North West (2), Far North East (2), North West (19), North Central (17), North East (1), Saskatoon (55), Central West (6), Central East (13), South West (7), South Central (7) and South East (16) zones.
The province says 195 people are in hospital with 51 people in intensive care including 35 in Regina. The 51 is a new record-high.
The seven-day daily average of new cases is 247.
On Monday, 5,278 vaccines were delivered with the Saskatoon zone accounting for nearly half of that total.
As of April 19, 5,027 variants of concern have been identified by screening in Saskatchewan. They have been reported in the Far North West (35), Far North East (2), North West (89), North Central (64), North East (6), Saskatoon (497), Central West (71), Central East (185), Regina (2,990), South West (118), South Central (404) and South East (500) zones. There are 66 cases with residence pending.
There are 142 new lineage results reported today including five that are the first Brazilian variants that have been detected. The Regina zone accounts for 1,475 (72 per cent) of the VOC cases with confirmed lineage reported in Saskatchewan.
The province says Pfizer shipments are expected in Regina and Saskatoon before the end of the day on Tuesday and in North Battleford, Yorkton and Prince Albert Wednesday. The Pfizer allocation has increased to 63,180 doses for May and 74,880 doses for June.