Health officials have identified 18 more COVID-19 patients, bringing their provincial total to 249.
Of Saskatchewan’s cases, four are in hospital, which includes two in intensive care. Twelve more people have recovered in the past 24 hours, for a total of 67 resolved cases in the province.
There are 109 patients whose reason for transmission is linked to travel, 14 have no known exposure, and 55 are under investigation by public health. There are 71 who are listed to have contracted the disease via “community contacts (mass gatherings included),” such as the Christopher Lake snowmobile rally dinner held on March 14.
Eleven of the cases in Saskatchewan involve people who are 19 years old and younger. To date, 13,528 COVID-19 tests have been performed in the province.