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COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in this province.
Over the weekend we had 138 new cases - bringing the total active cases to 574.
The majority of the new cases are located in Saskatchewan's largest cities, with Saskatoon reporting 33 cases and Regina reporting 21.
The province said community transmission is Saskatoon is "largely due to after-work socializing among young adults."
It said 47 confirmed cases of COVID-19 are now linked to the Longbranch Bar in the city, and 22 cases are linked to Diva's Nightclub.
Whereas in Regina, the province said transmission "generally appears to be a result of close family contacts with known cases, rather than public social activities."
And as the cold weather settles in many of you may have questions about what this means for transmission. To help us our we were joined by Doctor Joseph Blondeau.
He's head of Clinical Microbiology at Royal University Hospital and he teaches about infectious diseases at the University of Saskatchewan.