Released on November 22, 2020
There are 236 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on November 22, 2020, bringing the provincial total to date to 6,473 cases.
Fluctuation in daily case numbers can be expected, as a result of factors including weather-related and logistical delays in lab specimens reaching the Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory. The seven-day average of daily cases is 211 (17.4 new cases per 100,000 population), information which will be now be regularly reported.
The new cases are located in the Far North West (8), Far North Central (1), Far North East (2), North West (17), North Central (24), North East (9), Saskatoon (82), Central West (9), Central East (2), Regina (52), South West (13), South Central (9) and South East (6) zones. Two (2) new cases have pending residence information.
Three cases with pending residence information from November 14 and 20 were assigned to the Far North West (1), North Central (1) and Regina (1) zones.
Of the 6,473 reported cases, 2,683 are considered active. A total of 3,757 people have recovered.
Ninety-nine people are in hospital. Eighty people are receiving inpatient care; one in the Far North West, eight in the North West, nine in North Central, one in North East, 33 in Saskatoon, one in Central East, eight in Regina, one in South West, one in South Central and 17 in the South East zone. Nineteen people are in intensive care: two in North Central, 10 in Saskatoon, one in Central East, two in South West and four in Regina.
Of the 6,473 cases in the province:
Overall in Saskatchewan to date:
Of 6,473 confirmed cases:
To date, 318,025 COVID-19 tests have been processed Saskatchewan. As of November 20, 2020 when other provincial and national numbers were available, Saskatchewan’s per capita rate was 206,493 people tested per million population. The national rate was 287,925 people tested per million population.
Yesterday, 3,355 COVID-19 tests were processed in Saskatchewan.
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