Eight additional cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan, bringing total to 184

The provincial ministry of health is reporting eight more cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan.

This brings the provincial total to 184. However, the province says seven more people have recovered, bringing the provincial recovery total to 21.

Four people are in hospital with COVID-19. This includes one case in the ICU in Regina.

There are nine cases of COVID-19 linked to community transmission, while the rest are related to travel or exposure at mass gatherings.

The ministry of health says 90 cases of COVID-19 are located in Saskatoon, while another 39 are located in Regina. 37 are in the northern region, nine in the central, six in the south, and three in the far north region.

When it comes to age break-down, there are six cases for people ages 19 and younger, 83 in the 20-44 age range, 64 adults in the 45-64 range and 31 seniors 65 years of age and older have been diagnosed with COVID-19. It was announced Monday that two people died from COVID-19.

The province says over 10,000 COVID-19 tests have been conducted.

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