A second presumptive case of COVID-19 has been identified in the province.

The province says the resident is in their 60s and had traveled from Oregon state in the United States. The test was done in Saskatoon on March 10 and the patient was well-enough to self-isolate at home.

Saskatchewan Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab gave an update on COVID-19 in the province.

"We now have two presumptive cases, more than 300 tests done, and we are certainly ramping up testing where people have traveled from anywhere in the world as well as large people who may have gone to large conferences or events and may have any symptoms of concern," he said.

Public health officials are investigating to see if anyone may have had contact with the person and is at risk of developing COVID-19.

If you do not receive a call from public health, you are not at risk from this individual.