Everything we know about Sask.'s COVID-19 cases so far
Published Sunday, March 15, 2020 12:23PM CST Last Updated Sunday, March 29, 2020 2:15PM CST
REGINA -- Here's what we know about all the cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan so far:
CTVNewsRegina.ca will continue to update this list as more information becomes available.
- A person in their 60s who recently travelled to Egypt now self-isolating at home in Saskatoon.
- A person in their 60s who travelled to Oregon State in the U.S. is self-isolating at home in Saskatoon.
- A healthcare worker in their 30s who recently travelled to Nigeria, Germany and Alberta is recovering in northern Saskatchewan.
- Two people in their 40s, one of who recently returned from a dental conference in Vancouver where an attendee had COVID-19, are self-isolating at home in Regina.
- A person in their 20s who travelled to Tennessee is self-isolating after testing in Regina.
- A person in their 60s who travelled to Arizona who is in hospital for an unrelated illness in Regina.
- A person in their 50s who travelled to a dental conference in Vancouver is self-isolating at home in Regina.
- A person in their 30s was tested in Regina.
- A person in their 40s was tested after close contact with a previously announced presumptive positive case in Saskatchewan.
- A person in their 20s was tested in Saskatoon after travel from Tennessee.
- A person in their 20s was tested in Saskatoon after travel to Oregon, Nevada and Edmonton.
- A person was tested in Moose Jaw after travel from Vancouver.
- A person was tested in Regina after their travel from Cancun, Mexico.
- A person was tested in Regina after their travel from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
- A person in their 40s was tested in Saskatoon after their travel from Vancouver.
- Four new cases were announced on March 19. No information on age or location has been provided by the province.
- A person in their 20s who was tested in Regina after returning from Cabo San Lucas
- A person in their 20s who was tested in Regina after returning from the United States
- A person in their 50s who was tested in Regina after returning from Jordan
- Two people in their 60s who were tested in Prince Albert after returning from Arizona
- A person in their 60s who was tested in Regina
- Seventeen confirmed and one presumptive case were announced on March 21. No information on age or location has been provided by the province. All cases but one are over the age of 20.
- Eight new cases were confirmed on March 22. Of the new cases, one is a person in their late teens and the rest are adults. The province said 62 per cent of cases are men, while women make up 38 per cent.
- Fourteen new cases were confirmed on March 23. Of these, two people are between five and 19 years of age. This brought the total number of cases in the province to 66, with 65 confirmed and one presumptive.
- Saskatchewan announced six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on March 24. The province's 72 cases are 60 per cent male and 40 per cent female. Two cases are under the age of 19, 59 cases are between 20 and 64 years old, and 11 are older than 65.
- There is suspected community transmission in four cases -- one in Regina, two in Saskatoon and one in central Saskatchewan -- as of March 24.
- The province announced 14 new cases on March 25.
- Nine new cases were announced on March 26. Five people are in hospital in relation to the virus. Three people have recovered.
- On March 28 the province announced it's largest spike to date with 30 new cases. 18 of these cases resulted from a snowmobile rally in Christopher Lake on March 14.
- Twenty-two new cases were reported by the province on March 29. Anyone who attended the snowmobile rally in Christopher Lake is urged to call HealthLine 811.