REGINA -- April 12 marks one month since Saskatchewan announced its first presumptive positive case of COVID-19. Here’s a look at what has happened in the month since then:


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Dr. Saqib Shahab

Saskatchewan's Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab

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COVID-19 death was avoidable: family

Alice Grove was one of the COVID-19 fatalities in Saskatchewan. (Courtesy: Eleanor Widdowson)

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  • 14 new COVID-19 cases are announced, along with three hospitalizations. Premier Moe says the public health directives are working, as Saskatchewan residents work together to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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SHA releases COVID-19 projections

Total COVID-19 cases and death projection models for the peak of the pandemic in Saskatchewan. (Data courtesy: The Saskatchewan Health Authority)

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  • Saskatchewan has nine new cases of COVID-19. The total number of cases sits at 298 cases, with 130 considered active. There are 164 recoveries.
  • The Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory adds a new machine for COVID-19 testing.