April 3 – 18 new cases in the North West

The COVID-19 report for April 3 saw 18 new cases reported in the North West zone. That was an increase of five from yesterday.

Hospitalizations are up two to nine.

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Twelve more people have recovered – five more than have tested positive.

Active cases have gone up seven to 78. That compares favourably – about one seventh - with our highest number of 567 on Monday, Jan. 19, of this year – the after-Christmas spike.

See the charts below to view active cases since the beginning of the pandemic, in the month and the last week.

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Active cases in the North West since the beginning of data. From Saskatchewan's Dashboard
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Active cases in the North West in the last month. From Saskatchewan's Dashboard
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Active cases in the North West in the last week. From Saskatchewan's Dashboard

As of April 3, subzone 1 had six active cases, with two new cases.

Twelve new cases brought subzone 2 to 46 active cases.

Subzone 3 had nine cases, with one new case.

The Battlefords, subzone 4, had 17 cases, with three new cases.

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