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COVID-19: Saskatchewan reports 340 active cases, 46 added

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There are 340 active COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan as health officials reported 46 new cases on Saturday.

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The seven-day average of daily new cases is now 36 or three per 100,000 people.

One new death was also reported on Saturday.

There are 63 COVID-19 patients in hospital including 11 in the ICU.

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The far north east reported the highest amount of new cases on Saturday with 10, followed by Regina with nine.

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Health care workers administered 6,856 COVID-19 vaccine doses since the province’s last report on Friday.

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A total of 625,944 residents are now fully vaccinated.

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