Saskatchewan health officials have identified five new cases of COVID-19 in the province’s latest 24-hour stretch.
Three of the patients are in the Regina zone, while one each is in the Saskatoon and South Central zones.
Throughout the pandemic, Saskatchewan has had 1,450 cases of COVID-19. That includes 1,265 resolved cases, after eight more people recovered since Sunday.
Of the 165 active cases that remain, there are 13 people in hospital, which includes five in intensive care. The Central West zone of the province has the most active cases with 40, followed by South Central (27) and South West (23). The Far North West has one active case, after it was home to 346 cases throughout the pandemic.
In the province’s latest 24-hour stretch, 1,297 tests were performed, for a total of 113,045.