Health officials diagnosed 11 new more people in Saskatchewan with COVID-19, bringing their total case count to 231.
Among the cases, 55 people have now recovered. Four people are in hospital, which includes one in intensive care.
The reason for transmission for 106 of the cases involves recent travel. Thirteen patients have no known exposure, while 47 cases are still under investigation. There are also 65 people who are listed to have been infected by “community contacts.” Earlier this week, health officials said 24 people are linked to a Christopher Lake snowmobile rally dinner held on March 14. An updated stat has not yet been provided.
As of April 4, the province has performed 12,670 tests for COVID-19.