Saskatchewan adds 57 new cases of COVID-19; active cases at 469

Modesto Morganelli
Октября 24, 2020

The north-central area reported 17 new cases Wednesday, while others were recorded in the central-east (seven), northeast (four), central-west (two), far northeast (one) and northwest (one) zones. She appreciates why it is necessary and families are understanding, but she worries it will exacerbate "the loneliness and the helplessness and the boredom that some people already experience in long-term care", she said.

Saskatchewan reported 57 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

The new Saskatoon cases are primarily linked to outbreaks at nightclubs, the release said. The province's per capita rate was 162,549 people tested per million population as of Monday.

"It's not just yourself you're keeping safe", she said.

Shahab also said he understands older children and adults want to enjoy the occasion.

The recoveries reported Tuesday increased that total so far to 1,987. Two people are also in intensive care, one in Regina and one in Saskatoon.

Following a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Saskatoon, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is putting visitation limits in place at SHA facilities and care homes in the city.

The province said public health investigations into the source of transmission are underway for all new cases.

So far, there have been 525 cases from the Saskatoon area, 472 from the south zone (227 southwest, 210 south-central, 35 southeast), 421 from the north (153 northwest, 177 north-central, 91 northeast), 414 in the far north (371 far northwest, 43 far northeast), 338 from the central zone (193 central-west, 145 central-east) and 269 in the Regina region.

In Saskatchewan 866 cases are in the 20 to 39 age range; 730 are in the 40 to 59 age range; 361 are in the 60 to 79 age range; and 76 are in the 80-plus range.

The 2,483 tests done in Saskatchewan on Tuesday raised the provincial average to 238,013.

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