Four more people in Saskatchewan have contracted COVID-19, increasing its total case count to 645.
One of the new cases is in Regina, while the other three are in the Far North region.
According to a press release, “the number of active COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan is 55 – the lowest number since March 22.”
Of the 55 active cases, 38 are located in the Far North. Across the province, there are three people in hospital, which includes one in intensive care.
Ten more people have recovered since Friday’s update, increasing the number of resolved cases to 580.
There remains 50 health-care workers who have been infected, but the source of infection for each case may not be related to their line of work, according to a press release.
To date, 47,114 COVID-19 tests have been performed in the province.