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Cases and Risk of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan

Daily COVID-19 map for April 20, 2021

The map above shows 13 zones with comprehensive statistical information for COVID-19 activity in each zone.

A second map showing 32 smaller zones now provides new positive and current active COVID-19 case numbers for these sub-zones.

Note: The zones and sub-zones do not use the same geographic boundaries as the original six regions.

Detailed Cases, Charts and Testing Information

All information including tables and charts previously found on this page is now available on the Saskatchewan.ca Health and Wellness Dashboard, which includes detailed COVID-19 data that is interactive and easily downloadable.

Cases infected with a variant of concern (VoC), as of April 20, 2021

Zone VoCs Detected
by Screening
VoCs Sequenced
B.1.1.7 UK B.1.351 SA P.1 Brazilian
Far North West 35 0 0    
Far North East 2 0 0    
North West 89 2 2    
North Central 64 21 12 9  
North East 6 0 0    
Saskatoon 497 30 30    
Central West  71 9 9    
Central East 185 56 56    
Regina 2,990 1,475 1,475    
South West 118 30 25   5
South Central 404 242 242    
South East 500 192 192    
Pending 66 3 3    
Totals 5,027 2,060 2,046 9 5

As of March 23, VoCs that were previously reported as "presumptive positives" will be considered confirmed VoCs (VoCs Detected by Screening). These are separate from the "VoCs Sequenced," which has had their lineage (variant type) identified. Results that are detected by screening may also receive whole genome sequencing, and may appear in both total counts. Note that, as public health investigations proceed, variant of concern case locations may change due as residence locations are confirmed.

COVID-19 Deaths by Age Group

As of April 20, 2021        
Age Group 19 and under 20 to 39 40 to 59 60 to 79 80+ Total
COVID-19 Deaths 1 18 50 163 233 465

Weekly Monitoring Report – Children and Youth

The Ministries of Health and Education are working closely with the Saskatchewan Health Authority and school divisions to monitor COVID-19 developments within schools and local communities. Parents will be advised if a COVID-19 related risk is identified.

The charts on the following page provide additional information about the trends of COVID-19 cases among children and youth. These weekly reports on testing numbers and cases for children aged 0-19 include data by age categories and testing positivity rates.

See the Weekly Monitoring Report – Children and Youth

National Case Numbers - Public Health Agency of Canada

Archives of Daily Summaries can be accessed on the Publications Centre.

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