Saskatchewan reports 48 new cases, 96 recoveries, no deaths, and 1,998 new first doses in Sunday update

The Saskatchewan Legislature. -- Herald File Photo

Health officials reported 48 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, along with 96 recoveries and no new deaths.

The province also announced another 22,308 vaccine doses administered, 1,998 of which were first doses. There are now 394,774 fully vaccinated residents, 27,815 of which are in North Central.

North Central reported six new cases on Sunday, plus seven recoveries. There are now 55 active cases in the region. That’s the lowest total in North Central since April 8.

All six North Central cases were in Prince Albert. There are now 11 active cases in North Central Zone 1, 41 in North Central Zone 2, which includes Prince Albert, and three in North Central Zone 3.

The three far north regions combined for 12 new cases, six of which were in the Far North West. Far North West also announced 10 recoveries, bringing their active case total to 43.

The Far North East announced four new cases and two recoveries. There are now 22 active cases in the area. Far North Central announced one new case and no recoveries. It now has four active cases.

The North East announced no new cases and five recoveries. There are now five active cases in the region.

As of Sunday, Saskatchewan has 549 active cases. The Saskatoon Zone has the highest number with 123, followed by the Regina Zone with 118, and the North West with 61. The South West Zone has the lowest total with one active case, followed by Far North Central with four and the North East with five.

Saskatchewan has reported an average of 48 new cases per day over the past seven days.