Tuesday , 20 October 2020
(Lloyd Connect)

New COVID-19 case reported in the North West zone

The Government of Saskatchewan has reported a new COVID-19 case in the North West zone containing Lloydminster.

The current number of active cases in the province is sitting at 168, with nine active cases in the North West zone.

In the sub-region map, North West 2, which houses Lloydminster and Maidstone, is at two active cases. The North West 1 region, which includes Turtleford and Paradise Hill, has one active case.

The Government of Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 map as of August 9th. (Saskatchewan.ca)

There were 15 new cases announced by the province as of August 9th with five new cases in Regina, three in the South-West and the South Central Zone and one case in both Saskatoon and the Central West.

The province stated one case’s location is still being determined.

One person from the South West region has died from COVID-19, bringing the total number of COVID-related deaths in the province to 20.

There are 1,445 total reported cases of COVID-19 in the province to date, and 1,257 of those people have recovered.

The total number of tests performed since March in the province is now at 111,748.

Saskatchewan’s regional COVID-19 map broken down into municipalities. (Government of Saskatchewan)

North West 1

  • Aquadeo
  • Cochin
  • Edam
  • Glaslyn
  • Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay
  • Meota
  • Mervin
  • Metinota
  • Paradise Hill
  • St. Walburg
  • Turtleford

North West 2

  • Denzil
  • Lashburn
  • Lloydminster
  • Macklin
  • Maidstone
  • Marsden
  • Marshall
  • Neilburg
  • Paynton
  • Primate
  • Senlac
  • Waseca

North West 3

  • Cut Knife
  • Landis
  • Scott
  • Unity
  • Wilkie

North West 4

  • Battleford
  • North Battleford

 

About Tre Lopushinsky

Tre is the lead reporter/editor at Lloyd Connect. He is a NAIT Radio and Television alumni. Tre has experience in radio, audio production, video editing and news reporting. During his time at NAIT he worked as a sports editor for the college paper and was a commentator for NAIT Ooks Basketball and volleyball teams. Some residents may know him as being the "giant employee" in the community for the past two years. Tre, for some reason, hasn’t veered away from his childhood as he has a passion for collecting figures (not dolls!).

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