Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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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.

COVID-19 activity in schools will usually reflect the background-level of COVID-19 in communities, so it is important to pay close attention to local COVID-19 activity.

Testing Information is also available for all Saskatchewan residents.

The charts below 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. The reports are published Thursdays.

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1. Saskatchewan Totals

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1,000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Test 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
All Locations 1,562 17.7 17.4 1,358 2,690 1,365 5,413 184,978
                 
**Unknown 41 0 17.1 288 466 311 1,065 26,414
     
         
Total 1,603 21.2 17.4 1,646 3,156 1,676 6,478 211,392

*If an active case was tested prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Testing Positive column.

**Location/residence information unavailable.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week’s data may not equal total cumulative tests.

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2. Far North

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location
Sub-zone

(32)
Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1,000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Test 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
Far North West 1 18 12.4 19.2 15 25 12 52 2,608
Far North West 2 43 18.7 18.1 18 56 31 105 2,683
Far North Central 4 7.0 14.3 4
5 2 7 586
Far North East 1 61 25.9 22.9 32 79 42 153 4,714
Far North East 2 25 23.5 23.1 22 42 14 78 2,433

*If an active case was tested prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Testing Positive column.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week's data may not equal total cumulative tests.

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3. North

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location
Sub-zone

(32)
Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Tests 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
North West 1 36 36.8 10.4 7 49 50 106 1,912
North West 2 124 15.2 22.0 42 54 45 141 3,325
North West 3 44 20.2 30.0 24 32 34 90 2,458
North West 4 59
15.9 30.4 20 56 26 102 2,532
North Central 1

74

21.7 23.9 40 64 59 163 4,734
North Central 2
50
13.2 13.0 39 85 45 169 6,122
North Central 3 21
17.7 15.9 31 33 24 88 3,442
North East 1
22
18.6 22.0 28 38 16 82 4,502
North East 2 23

20.9

17.1 26 44 6 76 2,096
North East 3 10 12.6 26.7 11 13 6 30 1,162

*If an active case was tested prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Testing Positive column.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week's data may not equal total cumulative tests

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4. Central

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location
Sub-zone

(32)
Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Test 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
Central West 1 17 11.4 18.2 16 41 9 66 2,530
Central West 2 1 6.1 5.6 2 6 10 18 932
Central East 1 20 15.8 12.6 15 25 47 87 3,174
Central East 2 37 19.3 24.1 24 34 25 83 2,616
Central East 3 10
11.3 26.3 6 18 14 38 1,439
Central East 4 26 14.3 27.0 19 33 22 74 3,194
Central East 5 25 17.1 21.1 20 39 12 71 2,105

*If an active case was tested prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Testing Positive column.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week's data may not equal total cumulative tests.

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5. Saskatoon Zone

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location
Sub-zone

(32)
Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Test 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
Saskatoon Zone 366 20.2 16.0 449 847 406 1,702 57,774

*If an active case was tested prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Testing Positive column.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week's data may not equal total cumulative tests.

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6. Regina Zone

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location
Sub-zone

(32)
Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Test 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
Regina Zone 198 16.0 11.5  269  571 217 1,057 39,589

ed prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Positive Column.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week's data may not equal total cumulative tests.

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7. South

Week of October 4-10, 2021:

Location
Sub-zone

(32)
Active
Cases –
Children
and Youth
Weekly Testing Rate (per 1000) *Weekly % Testing Positive Test 0-4 yrs Tests 5-13 yrs Tests 14-19 yrs Total Weekly Tests Cumulative
Tests
(Since
Sept 7, 2020)
South West 1 28 13.3 30.9 15 24 16
55 1,635
South West 2 48 24.9 30.2 26 65 25 116 2,968
South Central 1 22 7.8 16.1 8 14 9 31 1,851
South Central 2 23 16.9 3.0 32 110 26 168 8,449
South East 1 45 21.1 31.1 24 69 26 119 3,287
South East 2 13 16.6 15.2 17 26 23 66 2,015
South East 3 28 16.8 19.3 29 37 22 88 3,084
South East 4 41 17.3 27.3 31 57 44 132 3,027

prior to the reporting week, it is not included in the Weekly % Testing Positive column.

Note: Data is updated weekly, and cumulative test numbers may vary. Adding test numbers from previous reports to the current week's data may not equal total cumulative tests.

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8. Previous Reports

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