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Cases and Risk of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan

Daily COVID-19 map for January 18, 2022

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 daily cases by age and vaccination status and vaccine doses by region and age that was 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 January 18, 2022 

Zone VoCs
Detected by
Screening
*
VoCs Sequenced
(WGS)
Alpha (B.1.1.7) Beta (B.1.351) Gamma (P.1) Delta (B.1.617.2) Omicron (B.1.1.529) Total Omicron
VOC probable
(Positive Screen)
Far North West 339 783 212   23 546 2 8
Far North Central 4 88 4     84    
Far North East 100 692 56   12 605 19 21
North West 883 1,584 351   251 928 54 62
North Central 668 1,493 345 9 26 1,064 49 44
North East 87 461 66   2 383 10 32
Saskatoon 2,196 3,822 1,137 1 127 2,053 504 460
Central West 149 317 107   2 178 30 34
Central East 655 1,342 405   5 851 81 124
Regina 4,835 5,146 2,837   5 1,612 692 920
South West 416 641 252   26 317 46 66
South Central 894 1,136 635   2 382 117 173
South East 1,158 1,757 693   1 942 121 195
Pending 77 339 23   2 178 136 106
Totals 12,461 19,601 7,123 10 484 10,123 1,861 2,245

Note that the Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory is reporting that 95 per cent of new cases are Omicron cases, based on SNP testing. Based on this percentage, it is assumed that all new COVID-19 cases in the province are Omicron and the RRPL will cease performing SNP testing on new samples. All specimens from international travellers who test positive in Saskatchewan will continue to undergo whole genome sequencing to determine their lineage, as well as randomly selected cases from across the province to continue surveillance of circulating virus.

* As of September 13, 2021, the province of Saskatchewan ceased testing for variant type on all new cases using SNP in order to support overall COVID-19 testing. Whole genome sequencing will continue to identify any emerging variants. 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 January 18, 2022

Age Group 19 and under 20 to 39 40 to 59 60 to 79 80+ Total
COVID-19 Deaths 4 39 109 400 409 961

3rd and 4th Dose Administration - As of January 18, 2022 (updated every Tuesday)

Age Range w/ 3rd Dose w/ 4th Dose
5-11 1 0
12-17 807 1
18-29 37,206 190
30-39 48,463 301
40-49 54,416 690
50-59 70,480 3,453
60-69 91,799 6,184
70-79 61,730 396
80+ 40,943 47
Total 405,845 11,262

National Case Numbers - Public Health Agency of Canada

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