The seven-day average of daily new cases is 283, or 23.3 new cases per 100,000 population.

Another 4 residents who had tested positive for COVID-19 have died. Two individuals were in the 80+ age group from the Regina and South-Central area, one was in their 30s, and the other was in their 50's.

324 new cases were also announced Thursday. 109 of the new cases were in Saskatoon, 53 were in Regina, 47 were in the northwest, 37 in the north-central, 15 in the far northwest, 15 in the far northeast, 15 in the southwest, nine in the northeast, eight in the southeast, six in the central-east, three in the far north-central zone, two in the south-central, and one in the central-west. Four cases are pending resident information.

Another 345 recoveries were announced as well, and 4,682 cases are considered active.

According to the government of Saskatchewan; "It is anticipated that the number of cases designated as “active” will decline as older cases are reviewed and potentially shifted to recovered status. This work is ongoing."

138 people are now in hospital, with 107 receiving inpatient care, and 31 in intensive care.