COVID-19 in Sask: 127 new cases, 11 people in intensive care Tuesday

Saskatchewan is reporting 127 new cases of COVID-19 and 111 new recoveries on Tuesday.

111 recoveries reported

111 new recoveries were reported in Saskatchewan on Tuesday. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)

Saskatchewan is reporting 127 new cases of COVID-19 and 111 new recoveries on Tuesday.

To date, a total of 4,214 people have been diagnosed with the virus in the province and 2,880 have recovered.

Forty-four people are in hospital. Thirty-three people are receiving regular inpatient care: one in the far north west, three in the north west, seven in the north central, one in the north east, 18 in the Saskatoon area and three in the Regina area. 

Eleven people are in intensive care, with two in the north central zone, six in Saskatoon, one in the central east zone and two in Regina.

Of the new cases, 125 are in Saskatchewan, and two are Saskatchewan residents who were tested outside of the province. 

Six of the new cases are in the far north west, four are in the far north central, six are in the far north east, 11 are in the north west, two are in the north central, two are in the north east, 50 are in the Saskatoon area, two are in the central west, six are in the central east, 31 are in the Regina area and six are in the south central.

One case is pending residence information. 

On Monday, the Saskatchewan Health Authority declared outbreaks at Holy Family School, Rehoboth Elder Care (personal care home) and Edwards Manor (group home) in Saskatoon. Outbreaks were also declared at SaskEnergy in Regina and at Indian Head Bakery in Indian Head on Monday. 

(CBC News Graphics)

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