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Saskatchewan sees third COVID-19 related death, nine new cases

Another Saskatchewan resident has died due to COVID-19, while nine more confirmed cases have been announced as well as nine more recoveries in the province
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A third death caused by complications related to COVID-19 has occurred in Saskatchewan, a resident in the 80-89 age range, and four people remain in hospital with the virus. 

Public health is also reporting nine new confirmed cases of COVID-19, totalling 193 cases in the province, and will be categorizing cases moving forward by the method of transmission. 

Of the total cases, 87 cases are travel-related, and 41 cases were caused by community or household contact. Eight cases were caused by unknown exposure, and 57 cases are still under investigation by officials. 

Four more cases have now been traced back to the Christopher Lake snowmobile rally dinner, for a total of 24 confirmed cases. 

Public Health continues to report cases by region, with the majority of positive cases are in Saskatoon at 94, with 43 in Regina, 40 in the northern part of the province, nine in the central region, and seven from the south. 

Six cases involve people under the age of 19, while 87 cases are in the 20-44 age range, 69 are in the 45-64 age range, and 31 are over the age of 65. 

Nine more individuals have recovered from COVID-19, for a provincial total of 30. 

Public health continues to encourage Saskatchewan residents to practice social distancing, especially in communal living situations such as care homes or assisted living facilities. 

Updated information on COVID-19 in Saskatchewan can be found at

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