Nine new cases of COVID-19 in Sask; 3 fully recovered

The province of Saskatchewan has confirmed 9 new cases of COVID-19, bring the province’s total to 95.

There are no presumptive cases  awaiting testing, all cases are confirmed. Three people have recovered from the coronavirus, and five people have been hospitalized (Nithree in Regina, with one in ICU, and two in Saskatoon).

Five of the 95 cases have been the result of local transmission, with one additional case in the north of the province. The rest of the cases are linked to travel.

Four cases are individuals 19 years old or younger, all others are adults.

Forty-five cases are in the 20-44 age range, 32 cases are in people 45-64, and 14 cases are people 65 or older.

The cases so far have been 57 percent male, and 43 percent female.

The province has performed 6.915 tests for COVID-19 so far.

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