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Weekly COVID-19 Situation Reports

This report provides COVID-19 surveillance information at the provincial and COVID-19 reporting zone levels on a weekly basis. Surveillance information is used for a variety of public health purposes including public communications and decision-making, both strategic and operational. The reporting week for most public health surveillance data runs from Sunday to Saturday and the data are analyzed early the following week. The hospital census data are compiled on a Wednesday to Wednesday cycle to ensure the most up-to-date information is available.

The report provides a snapshot of key indicators for the previous week. Where appropriate, longer term comparisons are offered to provide context on the profile of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. New information is also introduced in this report, such as sentinel surveillance. Sentinel surveillance involves the collection of information about respiratory illness from a variety of sites across the province. For example, analysis of visits to emergency departments for COVID-like illness provides information about community transmission of respiratory illnesses in the province.

Download the Report - Week of June 12-18, 2022

Next report released: June 30, 2022

Archive of Previous Weekly Reports

Other Information

Detailed Cases, Charts and Testing Information (up until February 6, 2022)

Archives of daily maps can be accessed on the Publications Centre (up until February 6, 2022)

National Case Numbers - Public Health Agency of Canada