Along with identifying 14 more patients, bringing the province’s total to 220, health officials resolved 12 cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.
Of the new cases, four were recently added after being completed out-of-province over the past couple of weeks.
Among the province’s total cases, there are now 48 recoveries, while six people are in hospital, including three in intensive care. Three people have also passed away after contracting the virus.
According to a press release, 102 cases are linked to travel, 10 have no known exposures, and 56 are under investigation. Fifty-two are being linked to mass gatherings in the province. A couple days ago, 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 3, the province has administered 12,112 tests for COVID-19.