Total COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan surpass 1200 mark after 31 new cases announced Monday

The province continues to see double-digit increases when it comes to COVID-19 cases.

On Monday, 31 were reported bring the provincial total to 1,209.  10 of the cases are in the Central region with nine in the south, eight in Saskatoon and three in the North with one case location still pending.

Of the 31, 22 are found to have come from hutterite colonies in the south, central, Saskatoon and north regions.


Of the 1,209 reported cases, 307 are considered active.  A total of 886 people have recovered.

Fourteen people are in hospital.  Ten people are receiving inpatient care; four in Saskatoon, three in the Central region, two in the South and one in Regina.  Four people are in intensive care; three in Saskatoon and one in Regina.

The province is also re-iterating the need to remain vigilant and take the proper protocols when going out.

In its daily briefing, the province says while it is understandable that many people are tired or frustrated with the continued state of cautiousness. If you are feeling well or don’t know anyone who has gotten sick, it is easy to think that you do not need to be careful. However, the recent surge in COVID-19 in all regions of Saskatchewan shows that we cannot become complacent. There is no region in Saskatchewan without active cases.

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