COVID-19 Omicron variant levels in Moose Jaw’s wastewater are moderately high, according to the latest data from the University of Regina. 

The latest study is from the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 5. 

The data shows that Moose Jaw has seen an increase in Omicron levels since mid-to-late October. During the week of Oct. 9 to 15, Moose Jaw saw a drastic spike as COVID-19 levels were high. 

Those cases took a large drop back down to low levels for the week of Oct. 16 to 22. Levels remained low from Oct. 23 to 29, although there was a slight increase. There was another increase in this latest data that has brought levels up from low to moderately high. 

The scale used by the University of Regina is based on the highest weekly Omicron levels measured in the city’s wastewater since early 2022. 

Below is the latest chart released by the University of Regina: 

Chart of COVID-19 levels in wastewater in Moose Jaw