The Government of Saskatchewan reported 246 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the province’s active case total to 4,547.
A total of 387 cases were reported recovered.
In a release, the province said 19 new cases are located in the far northwest zone, one in the far north central zone, 13 in the far northeast zone, 24 in the northwest zone, 34 in the north central zone, nine in the northeast zone, 65 in Saskatoon, three in the central west zone, six in the central east zone, 50 in Regina, one in the southwest zone, seven in the south central zone and 14 in the southeast.
Two cases pending location information were assigned to the far northeast and north central zones.
The province’s seven-day daily average for new cases is 282, or 23.3 new cases per 100,000 population.
The government said it anticipates active cases will decline as older cases are reviewed and potentially designated as recovered.
A total of 133 people are currently in hospital related to the virus, including 106 in inpatient care and 27 in intensive care.