REGINA -- Two months after the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Saskatchewan, there are no active cases in Regina.

Seventy-six cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Regina in total. The first case was reported in Regina on March 14.

“It puts us in a good place to cautiously reopen but we do realize there is an outbreak in the north west of the province,” Dr. Saqib Shahab said during Tuesday’s press conference. “It’s important that anyone with even mild symptoms in the province step forward for testing.”

Saskatchewan has a total of 573 COVID-19 cases as of May 12. Of those cases, 193 are considered active. The province is also reporting 374 recoveries.