Saskatchewan reported five new cases of COVID-19, bringing its total to 582.
One of them is in Regina, while the other four are in the Far North, which now accounts for 146 of Saskatchewan’s 178 active cases.
Thirteen more cases have also been marked as resolved, meaning that there are now 398 recovered patients in the province. Currently, there are 10 people in hospital, which includes three in intensive care.
Forty-eight health care workers have been infected. The source of infection for each case may not be related to their line of work, according to a press release.
To date, 38,157 COVID-19 tests have been performed in the province.