146 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Thursday, including one in the south-central zone. 171 recoveries were also reported, and no deaths.
Of the new cases, 41 are in Saskatoon, 34 in Regina, 15 in the northwest, ten in the far north-central zone, ten in the northeast, ten in the central-east, seven in the far northwest, seven in the north-central zone, five in the far northeast, four in the central west, one in the southeast, and one in the south-central zone. One case is pending resident information.
1,516 cases are considered active, and 22 of the 23 cases in the south-central zone are located in the sub-region 'south-central 2', which is made up of Moose Jaw and area.
174 people are in hospital, with 151 receiving inpatient care, and 23 are in intensive care.
According to the Saskatchewan Health Authority, there were 109 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered Wednesday in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 50,465.
DiscoverMooseJaw has also confirmed that the first vaccines in Moose Jaw were administered Wednesday night at the Pioneer Lodge Senior Care Home.