In the March 31 COVID-19 update of The Saskatchewan Health Authority, they reported a total of 191 new viral infections in the province.
Of those 191 new cases, 1 was in the Far Northeast Zone, 1 in the Northwest Zone, 5 in the North Central Zone, 3 in the North East Zone, 20 in the Saskatoon Zone, 15 in the Middle East Zone, and 98 in the Regina Zone.
There are 6 new cases in the Southwest Zone, all of which are 2 cases in the Southwest Subdivision 2, 20 cases in the South Central Zone, and 15 cases in the Southeast Zone.
There are 5 new cases pending with residential information.
Four cases with pending residential information have been assigned as follows – 2 for the Northwest Zone and 2 for the North Central Zone.
This brings the total number of cases in the province to 33,590, of which 1,955 are considered active.
There are currently 11 active cases in the Southwest Zone, all located in Southwest Subdivision 2.
The seven-day average of daily new cases is 201 (16.4 new cases per 100,000 population).
Two Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. The deaths were reported in 70-79 year olds from the Regina region and 80+ year olds in the southwestern region.
This brings the total death toll in the province to 436.
176 recoveries have been reported, bringing the total to 31,199 in that province.
There are 166 people in the hospital. One hundred and forty-three people receive inpatients – 1 in the Far North East Zone, 4 in the Northwest Zone, 6 in the North Central Zone, 38 in the Saskatoon Zone, 10 in the Middle East Zone, and 74 in the Regina Zone.
1 person in the Southwest Zone, 2 people in the South Central Zone and 7 people in the Southeast Zone receive inpatients.
There are 23 people in intensive care – 2 in the North Central Zone, 5 in the Saskatoon Zone, 1 in the Middle East Zone, and 15 in the Regina Zone.
To date, 665,449 COVID-19 tests have been performed in Saskatchewan.
Yesterday, 2,978 COVID-19 tests were activated.
Anxious variations have begun to rise throughout southern Saskatchewan, especially in the Muse jaw area. Residents must wear their masks in all public places, including all workplaces, wash non-medical masks daily, maintain physical distance, wash hands frequently, reduce activities outside the home, take orders or curbside if possible from home, and avoid muse jogging and unwanted trips. Avoid.
As of March 30, 1,673 concerns had been detected in Saskatchewan – 1 in the Far Northeast Zone, 6 in the North Central Zone, 46 in the Saskatoon Zone, 5 in the Midwest Zone and 26 in the Middle East. Zone, and 1,348 in the Regina zone.
Southwest Zone (1), South Central Zone (128) and Southeast Zone (109) are the types of concerns as of March 30th.
Of the 495 genera of concern identified by the entire genetic sequence in Saskatchewan, 487 are B126.96.36.199 (UK), and 8 are B1.351 (SA).
The Reskina region accounts for 412 (or 83%) of the variants of anxiety cases with a confirmed heredity in Saskatchewan.
The provincial health orders, issued on Tuesday, March 9, and the Regina and Area Amendments, announced on Tuesday, March 24, have been extended to April 12, during which time they will be reviewed.
An additional 8,491 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 192,927.
The COVID-19 vaccine booking system has been expanded to include people 60 years of age or older. Eligible residents are encouraged to register for their COVID-19 vaccine, which can be done online or by phone.
One-fifth of Saskatchewan residents in the 80s have now been vaccinated a second time and are fully vaccinated.
Pfizer shipments to Regina (14,040 doses), Saskatoon (15,210 doses), North Battleford (2,340 doses), Prince Albert (3,510 doses), and Yorkton (1,170 doses) were received yesterday.
Moderna has confirmed 855,600 levels for Canada in the week of April 5th. Saskatchewan ships include the remaining deliveries from the previous week.