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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 February 22-28, 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 434 6.3 12.1 436 782 752 1,970 70,180
                 
**Unknown 6 0.0 9.0 70 87 109 266 8,353

               
Total
7.2 11.8 506 869 861 2,236 78,533

*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 February 22-28, 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)
Far North West 1 13 14.0 16.7 17 23 20 60 1,090
Far North West 2 27 8.3 27.7 9 14 24 47 1,270
Far North Central 13 31.4 25.0 7 15 10 32 365
Far North East 1 14 6.6 20.5 4 18 17 39 2,162
Far North East 2 31 13.6 19.6 10 21 15 46 1,023

*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 February 22-28, 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)
North West 1 11 6.4 15.8 2 8 9 19 814
North West 2 8 3.3 12.5 8 14 10 32 1,037
North West 3 8 6.5 10.0 2 14 14 30 1,048
North West 4 8 3.6 12.5 6 13 5 24 997
North Central 1 7 6.8 9.8 5 21 25 51 1,712
North Central 2
4 2.6 2.9 7 14 14 35 2,788
North Central 3 2 7.5 2.7 8 15 14 37 1,331
North East 1
13 8.1 22.2 13 13 10 36 2,475
North East 2 4 4.6 11.8 3 8 6 17 861
North East 3 0 2.1 0.0 3 1 1 5 357

*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 February 22-28, 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 4 5.3 3.2 4 13 14 31 1,150
Central West 2 1 3.0 11.1 3 2 4 9 325
Central East 1 19 22.6 8.7 6 53 68 127 1,113
Central East 2 5 3.9 17.6 5 6 6 17 783
Central East 3 3 5.3 16.7 1 6 11 18 462
Central East 4 4 5.8 9.7 13 16 2 31 1,362
Central East 5 4 4.3 22.2 0 6 12 18 844

*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 February 22-28, 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 78 6.6 7.9 138 212 221 571 22,182

*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 February 22-28, 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 136 7.6 15.4 143 207 167 517 14,861

*If an active case was tested 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 February 22-28, 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 1 1.4 0 0 0 6 6 390
South West 2 0 1.2 0 2 1 3 6 1,040
South Central 1 0 1.5 0 0 3 3 6 540
South Central 2 12 4.7 18.8 11 21 16 48 2,353
South East 1 2 2.5 0 1 5 8 14 1,281
South East 2 2 2.2 11.1 1 4 4 9 534
South East 3 0 1.9 0 0 7 3 10 811
South East 4 0 2.8 0 4 8 10 22 819

*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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