One COVID-19 Death was added to Saskatchewan’s daily update on Monday as the number of people in intensive care reached a new high.
The latest deaths are reported in the 60s and in the Saskatoon area. There are 440 COVID-19Related deaths in the province to date.
Hospitals in the province currently receive 195 inpatients for COVID-19 – 148 patients, and 47 are in intensive care. This is the number of corona virus patients registered in ICUs since the onset of the infection.
Health officials reported a total of 219 new cases in Saskatchewan on Monday, bringing the total to 34,763. The new seven-day average of daily cases rose from 216 to 218 on April 4th.
According to the provincial government, 2,453 types (VOC) cases have been identified in Saskatchewan, and these include Northeast (4), Northwest (3), North Central (18), Saskatoon (151), Middle West (12), Middle East (41), and Regina ( 1,756), South West (10), South Central (204) and Southeast (195) Zones. The residences of 59 VOC cases are pending.
The number of active cases, minus the total number of cases and deaths is now 2,202 in Saskatchewan, the statement said.
The number of survivors of the virus has risen to 32,121 following a further 212 recoveries, provincial health officials said.
In the press release, 3,330 Covid-19 tests were performed on April 4th. To date, 684,404 trials have been conducted in the province.
A total of 221,533 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in Saskatchewan, provincial government officials said.
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