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Fourteen recoveries, four new COVID-19 cases in Sask; Province eyes gradual economic re-opening

The Province is eyeing a “gradual, methodical and cautious” re-opening of the economy as COVID-19 continue to drop.

In their lastest provincial update, the province says active cases have dropped to 64 out of 320 reported. This brings recoveries up to 252. The North Zone, housing Lloydminster and area, remains at seven active cases and 52 recoveries.

In response to several days of declining COVID-19 numbers, Premier Scott Moe says they will be looking at a careful plan to re-open the economy.

On that note, Moe will be addressing the province Wednesday night, before fully unveiling the “Re-Open Saskatchewan” plan Thursday morning.

Things brought up in that speech will include the vigilance that has been displayed by residents, and how it should be maintained as the province makes this step.

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Across Saskatchewan 24,811 COVID-19 tests, with 23,238 confirmed negative.

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