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One new COVID-19 case in Saskatchewan, no changes in north-west zone

For the second day in a row, only one new COVID-19 case has been reported in Saskatchewan.

The new case was located in the Saskatoon zone.

The situation in the North-West zone is unchanged as of August 18th. There is one active case in the subregion that houses Lloydminster and Maidstone. There remains one case in each the Turtleford, St. Walburg, Paradise Hill area and the Battlefords area. There are 20 active cases in the area housing Cut Knife, Unity and Wilkie.

The province has found 107 of the 157 active cases are in communal living settings.

Eight people are in hospital. Four people are receiving inpatient care; two in the South-West, one in Saskatoon and one in Regina. Four people are in intensive care; all in Saskatoon.

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Of the 1,582 reported cases, a total of 1,403 people have recovered.


Northwest Regions, broken down:

Saskatchewan’s 13 regions, broken down. [Supplied.]

North West 1

Aquadeo
Cochin
Edam
Glaslyn
Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay
Meota
Mervin
Metinota
Paradise Hill
St. Walburg
Turtleford

North West 2

Denzil
Lashburn
Lloydminster
Macklin

Saskatchewan’s regions, broken down by municipalities. Corresponding regions can be found to the left. [Sask Gov, supplied]
Maidstone
Marsden
Marshall
Neilburg
Paynton
Primate
Senlac
Waseca

North West 3
Cut Knife
Landis
Scott
Unity
Wilkie

North West 4

Battleford
North Battleford

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