Tuesday , 27 October 2020

Five new cases of COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan; no new cases in North West zone

There are five new cases of COVID-19 in the province of Saskatchewan, none of the new cases are in the North West zone containing Lloydminster.

Out of the five new cases, four are in the Regina zone, and one is in the North Central zone.

There are 150 cases of COVID-19 that are considered active in the province, six of those active cases are in the North West zone.

The total number of reported cases in the province is currently sitting at 1,484, and 1,314 of those cases have recovered.

Ten people are in hospitals receiving care.

Five of those people are receiving inpatient care and five are in intensive care.

There have been 1,032 COVID-19 tests performed in the province in the last 24 hours, bring the total number of tests conducted to 115,004.

Saskatchewan COVID-19 update from August 12, 2020. (Government of Saskatchewan)

About Elliott Knopp

Elliott is a graduate from NAIT's Television Broadcast program. He has broadcast experience in football, basketball and hockey. He has spent nearly his entire life living in Edmonton, but has recently moved to Lloydminster for his career. He has an undying passion for CFL/NFL football, hot wings and Flaming Hot Cheetos. He loves playing fantasy football but has never won a championship.

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