Saskatchewan reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday along with 11 recoveries.
The new cases — four in the Saskatoon area, three in the Regina region and one in each of the central-west, central-east and southeast zones — increased the provincial total to date to 1,994.
The recoveries reported Wednesday increased that total so far to 1,832. To date, 24 residents of the province have died after testing positive for COVID-19.
There are 138 active cases being reported in Saskatchewan, including 41 in the central-east zone, 39 in the Saskatoon area and 27 in the Regina region.
There are five people in hospital across the province. Four people are receiving inpatient care in Saskatoon and one individual is in intensive care in Regina.
There have been 457 cases in the south area (225 southwest, 205 south-central, 27 southeast), 414 from the Saskatoon area, 360 in the far north (351 far northwest, nine far northeast), 284 in the central zone (177 central-west, 107 central-east), 282 from the north (132 northwest, 81 north-central, 69 northeast), and 197 in the Regina region.
One case that didn’t have a location in Tuesday’s update has been assigned to the central-east zone.
The total includes 989 community contacts, 574 cases without any known exposures, 303 travellers and 128 cases that remain under investigation by local public health officials.
The total also includes 76 health-care workers.
There have been 661 cases in the 20-to-39 age range, 609 from ages 40 to 59, 344 involving people 19 and under, 314 between the ages of 60 and 79, and 66 in the 80-and-over range.