Saskatchewan

COVID-19 in Sask: 30 new cases, no deaths for 4th consecutive day

Saskatchewan reported 30 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. That is up 12 cases from Wednesday and three more than the province's seven-day average of daily cases.

There are 52 people in hospital with COVID-19 in the province

Seventy-three per cent of those 12 and older have received their first dose and 57 per cent of those 12 and older are fully vaccinated. (Luca Bruno/The Associated Press)

Saskatchewan reported 30 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. 

That is up 12 cases from Wednesday and three more than the province's seven-day average of daily cases.

The province is now averaging 27 cases per day, which is the lowest it's been since mid-October.

For the fourth consecutive day, no new deaths were reported.

Saskatchewan's new cases Thursday were in the following zones: 

  • Far northwest: three.
  • Far north central: one. 
  • Far northeast: five.
  • Northwest: four.
  • Northeast: one.
  • Saskatoon: one.
  • Central west: four.
  • Central east: one.
  • Regina: four.
  • Southwest: one
  • Southeast: one.

Four of the new cases have pending residence information. 

Another nine people have recovered from the virus, bringing the total known active cases to 373.

(CBC News)

The province's seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases is 27, or 2.3 cases per 100,000 people.

There are 52 people in hospital with COVID-19 in the province, nine of whom are in intensive care.

There were 1,400 COVID-19 tests processed in Saskatchewan on Wednesday.

Vaccines

An additional 7,787 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of shots given to 1,321,210.

Seventy-three per cent of those 12 and older have received their first dose and 57 per cent of those 12 and older are fully vaccinated.

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