Saskatoon

COVID-19 in Sask: 7 new cases, 7 more recoveries reported Tuesday

The total number of active cases remains at a standstill compared to Monday.

The total number of active cases remains at a standstill compared to Monday

Three of the new cases announced Tuesday are in the Regina area, two are in the north central region, one is in the Saskatoon area and the other is in the south central zone.  (CBC)

Seven more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Saskatchewan, but seven more people have also recovered from the virus. 

The total number of active cases in the province remains at 58, as it was on Monday, according to health officials' latest update on Tuesday.

Three of the new cases announced Tuesday are in the Regina area, two are in the north central region, one is in the Saskatoon area and the other is in the south central zone. 

(Government of Saskatchewan )

One person is in hospital in intensive care in Saskatoon.

The province said it conducted 1,035 COVID-19 tests on Monday, compared to 1,861 on Sunday.


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