March 3 North West COVID-19 update – More recoveries than new cases

March 3 North West COVID-19 update: More recoveries than new cases

Of the 1,431 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,492 yesterday), 125 are in the North West (down from 131 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

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Of the province’s 121 new cases, six were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,854 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 13 over yesterday.

There are 153 people in hospital, including 11 in the North West, none of whom are in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 34 active cases, down from 36 yesterday, with one new case recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 26 active cases, down from 32 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 38 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 27 active cases, down from 29 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

The North West has now had a total of 7,871 vaccinations, including 6,031 first doses and 1,840 second doses.

March 2 North West COVID-19 update: 12 new cases reported

Of the 1,492 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,551 yesterday), 131 are in the North West (down from 133 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 134 new cases, 12 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,841 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 16 over yesterday.

There are 154 people in hospital, including 11 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 36 active cases, up from 31 yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 32 active cases, down from 39 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 34 active cases, up from 32 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 29 active cases, the same as yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

The North West has now had a total of 7,865 vaccinations, including 6,029 first doses and 1,836 second doses.

March 1 North West COVID-19 update: 2,825 people out of 3,001 cases have recovered

Of the 1,551 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,543 yesterday), 131 are in the North West (down from 133 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 154 new cases, 17 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,825 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 16 over yesterday.

There are 151 people in hospital, including 12 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 31 active cases, down from 35 yesterday, with one new case recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 39 active cases, up from 35 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 32 active cases, down from 35 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 29 active cases, up from 28 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Vaccine totals had not been updated as of press time.

Feb. 28 North West COVID-19 update: 7,523 doses of vaccine administered

Of the 1,543 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,548 yesterday), 133 are in the North West (up from 132 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 141 new cases, 17 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,809 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 16 over yesterday.

There are 154 people in hospital, including 12 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 35 active cases, down from 40 yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 35 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 35 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 28 active cases, up from 23 yesterday, with nine new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 7,523 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West (not counting today), including 5,693 first doses and 1,830 second doses. Yesterday saw 314 doses administered. 

Feb. 27 North West COVID-19 update: No deaths, active cases steady

Of the 1,548 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,510 yesterday), 131 are in the North West (down from 132 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 162 new cases, 13 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,793 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 15 over yesterday.

There are 151 people in hospital, including 11 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 40 active cases, up from 39 yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 34 active cases, down from 37 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 34 active cases, the same as yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 23 active cases, one more than yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 7,209 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West (not counting today), including 5,378 first doses and 1,830 second doses. Yesterday saw 918 doses administered. There were 5,211 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered yesterday in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 75,501. To date, this is the highest one-day total for vaccine delivery in the province.

Feb. 26 North West COVID-19 update: 11 new cases, 24 recoveries, 1,051 vaccine doses

Of the 1,510 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,493 yesterday), 132 are in the North West (down from 144 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 153 new cases, 11 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,778 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 24 over yesterday.

There are 155 people in hospital, including 12 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 39 active cases, down from 48 yesterday, with two new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 37 active cases, the same as yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 34 active cases, down from 37 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 22 active cases, the same as yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 6,284 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 4,709 first doses and 1,575 second doses. Yesterday saw 1,051 doses administered.

Feb. 25 North West COVID-19 update: One death, 16 new cases

One Saskatchewan resident who tested positive for COVID-19 has died.  The death was reported in the 80+ age group from the North West zone.

Of the 1,493 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,425 yesterday), 144 are in the North West (down from 149 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 211 new cases, 16 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,754 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 20 over yesterday.

There are 156 people in hospital, including 11 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 48 active cases, down from 50 yesterday, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from five the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 37 active cases, down from 42 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed nine active cases among youth and children, up from four in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 37 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from nine the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 22 active cases, down from 23 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 15-21 listed three active cases among youth and children, down from five the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 5,233 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 1,109 second doses. Yesterday saw six second doses administered.

Feb. 24 North West COVID-19 update: One death, only two new cases

Three Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died, including one death in the 60-69 age group from the North West zone.

Of the 1,425 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,530 yesterday), 149 are in the North West (down from 162 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 56 new cases, two were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,734 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 22 over yesterday.

There are 165 people in hospital, including 12 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 50 active cases, down from 54 yesterday, with no new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 42 active cases, down from 43 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 34 active cases, down from 37 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 23 active cases, down from 28 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 5,227 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 1,103 second doses. Yesterday saw no doses administered, but more vaccine is expected to arrive in the North West today.

Feb. 23 North West COVID-19 update: 32 more recoveries

Of the 1,530 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,652 yesterday), 162 are in the North West (down from 181 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 122 new cases, 10 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,712 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 32 over yesterday.

There are 174 people in hospital, including 16 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 54 active cases, down from 56 yesterday, with six new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 43 active cases, down from 45 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 37 active cases, down from 42 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 28 active cases, down from 38 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 5,227 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 1,103 second doses. Yesterday saw 78 doses administered.

Feb. 22 North West COVID-19 update: Active cases up again 

Of the 1,652 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,670 yesterday), 181 are in the North West (up from 174 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 177 new cases, 20 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,680 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 15 over yesterday.

There are 177 people in hospital, including 15 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 56 active cases, up from 53 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 42 active cases, down from 47 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 45 active cases, up from 40 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 38 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 5,149 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 1,025 second doses. Yesterday saw 43 doses administered.

Feb. 21 North West COVID-19 update: More recoveries than new cases again 

Of the 1,670 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,602 yesterday), 174 are in the North West (down from 179 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 182 new cases, 10 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,665 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 14 over yesterday.

There are 176people in hospital, including 15 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 53 active cases, down from 57 yesterday, with two new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 47 active cases, down from 54 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 40 active cases, up from 35 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 34 active cases, up from 33 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 5,106 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 982 second doses. Yesterday saw 116 doses administered.

Feb. 20 North West COVID-19 update: More recoveries than new cases

Of the 1,602 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,582 yesterday), 179 are in the North West (down from 181 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 193 new cases, 14 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,651 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 18 over yesterday.

There are 171 people in hospital, including 15 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 57 active cases, down from 65 yesterday, with no new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 54 active cases, the same as yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 35 active cases, up from 31 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 33 active cases, up from 31 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

A total of 4,990 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 866 second doses. Yesterday saw 886 doses administered.

Feb. 19 North West COVID-19 update: One death in the 50-59 age group

Three Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.  One death was reported in the 50-59 age group from the North West zone.

Of the 1,582 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (up from 1,516 yesterday), 181 are in the North West (up from 178 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 146 new cases, 16 were reported in the North West.

A total of 2,633 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 12 over yesterday.

There are 172 people in hospital, including 16 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 65 active cases, down from 66 yesterday, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 54 active cases, up from 53 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 31 active cases, down from 32 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 31 active cases, up from 30 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,104 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including 18 second doses. Yesterday saw 18 doses administered.

Feb. 18 North West COVID-19 update: Fewer active cases among youth

Of the 1,516 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,541 yesterday), 178 are in the North West (up from 175 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 146 new cases, 14 were reported in the North West.

There are 178 people in hospital, including 16 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,621 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of five over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 66 active cases, up from 61 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 22 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 53 active cases, down from 54 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed nine active cases among youth and children, down from 21 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 32 active cases, up from 30 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 11the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 27 active cases, down from 30 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 8-14 listed four active cases among youth and children, down from 10 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,087 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose. More vaccines were expected to arrive in North Battleford Feb. 18.

Feb. 17 North West COVID-19 update: One death, but more recoveries than new cases

Five Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.  One death was reported in the 80+ age group from the North West.

Of the 1,541 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,611 yesterday), 175 are in the North West (down from 188 Sunday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 124 new cases, 14 were reported in the North West.

There are 178 184 people in hospital (14 less than yesterday), including 15 in the North West, none of whom are in intensive care.

A total of 2,616 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 26 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 61 active cases, down from 76 yesterday, with two new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 22 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 54 active cases, up from 49 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, down from 44 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 30 active cases, down from 35 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 30 active cases, up from 28 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 10 active cases among youth and children, up from five in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,087 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose. More vaccines should be arriving in North Battleford Feb. 18.

Feb. 16 North West COVID-19 update: One death in 50-59 age group

Three Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. One death was reported in the 50-59 age group from the North West zone.



Of the 1,611 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,864 Sunday), 188 are in the North West (down from 209 Sunday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 143 and 136 new cases reported Feb. 15 and 16 respectively, 44 were reported in the North West for the two days.

There are 184 people in hospital (four less than yesterday), including 17 in the North West, none of whom are in intensive care.

A total of 2,590 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 76 active cases, down from 93 Sunday, with 10 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 22 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 49 active cases, down from 50 Sunday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, down from 44 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 35 active cases, down from 38 Sunday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 28 active cases, a total unchanged from Sunday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 10 active cases among youth and children, up from five in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,087 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose.

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Feb. 14 North West COVID-19 update: Two subzones up, two subzones down

Of the 1,864 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan (down from 1,950 yesterday), 209 are in the North West (down from 217 yesterday), according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 161 new cases, 16 were reported in the North West.

There are 183 people in hospital (four less than yesterday), including 19 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,526 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 25 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 93 active cases, down from 99 yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 22 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 50 active cases, down from 56 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, down from 44 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 38 active cases, up from 36 yesterday, with 11 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 28 active cases, up from 26 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 10 active cases among youth and children, up from five in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,087 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose.

Feb. 13 North West COVID-19 update: Thirty new cases

Four Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.  One of those deaths was reported in the 80+ age group from the North West zone.

Of the 1,950 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan, 217 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 244 new cases, 30 were reported in the North West.

There are 187people in hospital, including 19 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,501 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of 26 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 99 active cases, down from 104 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 22 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 56 active cases, down from 58 yesterday, with eight new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, down from 44 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 36 active cases, up from 27 yesterday, with 11 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 26 active cases, up from 25 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 10 active cases among youth and children, up from five in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,087 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose.

Feb. 12 North West COVID-19 update: Active cases sit at 214

Of the 1,900 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 214 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 195 new cases, 16 were reported in the North West.

There are 182 people in hospital, including 17 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

A total of 2,475 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 104 active cases, with six new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 22 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 58 active cases, with eight new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, down from 44 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 27 active cases, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 25 active cases, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Feb. 1-7 listed 10 active cases among youth and children, up from five in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,087 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose. Eleven doses were administered yesterday.

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Feb. 10 North West COVID-19 update: Active cases trend downward

Of the 1,968 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 225 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, down from 243 yesterday.

Of the province’s 180 new cases, 17 were reported in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-six people are in hospital, including 19 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

A total of 2,432 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 40 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 111 active cases, down from 115 yesterday, with nine new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 49 active cases, down from 58 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 33 active cases, down from 38 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 32 active cases, the same as yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,076 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose.

Feb. 9 North West COVID-19 update: Active cases down all around

Of the 2,026 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 243 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, down from 271 yesterday.

Of the province’s 80 new cases, 13 were reported in the North West.

Two hundred and six people are in hospital, including 21 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,392 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 41 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 115 active cases, down from 130 yesterday, with six new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 58 active cases, down from 64 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 38 active cases, down from 40 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 32 active cases, down from 37 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,076 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose, with 75 doses administered yesterday.

Feb. 8 North West COVID-19 update: Both provincial deaths in North West

Two Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. One death was reported in the 50-59 age group and one death was reported in the 70-79 age group, both from the North West zone, bringing the zone’s total deaths to 37.

Of the 2,204 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 271 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, up from 280 yesterday.

Of the province’s 171 new cases, 10 were reported in the North West.

Two hundred and fourteen people are in hospital, including 19 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,351 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 27 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 130 active cases, down from 135 yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 64 active cases, down from 77 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 40 active cases, up from 43 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 37 active cases, down from 38 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 4,001 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, including one second dose.

Feb. 7 North West COVID-19 update: Another death, first second dose vaccination yesterday

Three Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. One death was reported in the North West in the 70-79 age group, bringing the North West’s total deaths to 35.

Of the 2,363 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 290 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, up from 280 yesterday.

Of the province’s 194 new cases, 27 were reported in the North West.

Two hundred and eleven people are in hospital, including 20 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

A total of 2,324 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 19 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 135 active cases, up from 122 yesterday, with 17 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 74 active cases, down from 78 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 43 active cases, up from 39 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 38 active cases, down from 41 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 3,818 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, with 115 administered yesterday, including one second dose.

Feb. 6 North West COVID-19 update: One death, 545 vaccinations yesterday

Four Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. One was reported in the North West in the 50-59 age group, bringing the North West’s total deaths to 34.

Of the 2,413 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 280 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, up from 257 yesterday.

Of the province’s 264 new cases, 31 were reported in the North West.

Two hundred and seven people are in hospital, including 21 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,305 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of eight over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 122 active cases, up from 109 yesterday, with 13 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 78 active cases, down from 81 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 39 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 41 active cases, up from 33 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 3,466 first round doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, with 545 administered yesterday.

Feb. 5 North West COVID-19 update: Vaccinations number nearly 3,000

Three Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. None were reported in the North West.

Of the 2,299 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 257 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, down from 274 yesterday.

Of the province’s 269 new cases, 30 were reported in the North West.

Two hundred and twenty-four (224) people are in hospital, including 26 in the North West, one of whom is in intensive care.

A total of 2,297 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 48 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 109 active cases, up from 105 yesterday, with 19 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 81 active cases, down from 101 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 34 active cases, down from 37 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 33 active cases, up from 31 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 2,921 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, with 573 administered yesterday.

Feb. 4 North West COVID-19 update: Cases up in the Battlefords, down in rural areas

Seven Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. Two of those were reported in the North West, one in the 50-59 age group and one in the 60-69 age group, bringing the North West’s total deaths to 33.

Of the 2,265 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 274 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, down from 283 yesterday.

Of the province’s 250 new cases, 24 were reported in the North West.

On-going hospitalization data validation resulted in an under-reporting of total hospitalizations on February 2 and 3, 2021.  This has been corrected.  Note that total hospitalizations (in-patient and ICU) include both infectious and non-infectious COVID-19 cases receiving care.

Two hundred and sixteen (216) people are in hospital.  One hundred and eighty-six (186) people are receiving inpatient care, including 21 in the North West, two of whom are in intensive care.

A total of 2,249 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 31 over yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 105 active cases, up from 101 yesterday, with nine new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, the same as the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 101 active cases, down from 113 yesterday, with 11 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 44 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 37 active cases, down from 45 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed 11 active cases among youth and children, down from 42 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 31 active cases, down from 32 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 25-31 listed five active cases among youth and children, down from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 2,348 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West, with 83 administered yesterday.

Feb. 3 North West COVID-19 update: One death but more recoveries than new cases

Eight Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. One of those was reported in the North West, in the 70-79 age group.

Of the 2,254 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 283 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard, down fron 309 yesterday.

Of the province’s 194 new cases, 26 were reported in the North West.

185 people are in hospital, 17 of which are in the North West. There is one person in intensive care in the North West.

A total of 2,218 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19, an addition of 51 over yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 113 active cases, down from 133 yesterday, with 10 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 35 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 37 active cases, down from 45 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 42 active cases among youth and children, down from 56 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 101 active cases, up from 95 yesterday, with 13 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 27 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 32 active cases, down from 36 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 2,265 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West.

Feb. 2 North West COVID-19 update: Two more deaths brings total to 30

Eight Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. Two of those were reported in the North West. One reported death was in the 40-49 age group and another was 60-69 age group. Corrected list deaths at two to remove indication that death was in a specific subzone.

Of the 2,320 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 309 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 223 new cases, 18 were reported in the North West.

Hospitalization information is unavailable for today.

A total of 2,167 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 133 active cases, down from 153 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 35 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 45 active cases, up from 44 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 42 active cases among youth and children, down from 56 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 95 active cases, down from 104 yesterday, with nine new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 27 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 36 active cases, up from 34 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

A total of 2,265 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West.

Feb. 1 North West COVID-19 update: Two deaths in North West 2 subzone

Two Saskatchewan residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.  Both deaths reported Monday were in the 80+ age group in the North West (2) zone.

Of the 2,369 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 335 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 147 new cases, 24 were reported in the North West.

Two hundred and two people are in hospital across the province, with 19 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 2,125 people in the North West have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 153 active cases, down from 207 on Jan. 26, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 35 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 44 active cases, down from 124 on Jan. 26, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 42 active cases among youth and children, down from 56 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 104 active cases, up from 97 on Jan. 26, with 10 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 27 active cases among youth and children, down from 46 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 34 active cases, down from 68 on Jan. 26, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 18-24 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

As of Monday, 2,265 doses of vaccine have been administered in the North West.

Jan 28-32   unavailable  

Jan. 27 – Only eight new cases reported

Not all of today’s statistics are available as some work is being done on the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 149 new cases, eight were reported in the North West. There were four new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Two hundred and twenty people are in hospital across the province, with 15 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

As of Thursday, 2,253 doses of vaccine had been administered in the North West; 58 were administered yesterday.

Jan. 26 – No NW deaths but 45 new cases reported

Of the 2,665 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 496 are in the North West, up from 488 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 232 new cases, 45 were reported in the North West. There were 14 new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Two hundred and eight people are in hospital across the province, with 15 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,807 people in the North West, an increase of 37 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 207 active cases, up from 196 yesterday, with 20 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 35 active cases among youth and children, up from 32 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 124 active cases, down from 127 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 56 active cases among youth and children, up from 41 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 97 active cases, up two from yesterday, with 15 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 31 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 68 active cases, down from 70 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, up from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

As of Tuesday, 2,177 doses of vaccine had been administered in the North West; 66 were administered yesterday.

Jan. 25 – Nine more recoveries since yesterday

Of the 3,272 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 488 are in the North West, up from 463 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 240 new cases, 33 were reported in the North West. There was one new death reported in the province, which was not in the North West.

Two hundred and two people are in hospital across the province, with 13 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,770 people in the North West, an increase of nine from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 196 active cases, up from 174 yesterday, with 23 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 35 active cases among youth and children, up from 32 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 127 active cases, up one from yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 56 active cases among youth and children, up from 41 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 95 active cases, down one from yesterday, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 31 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 70 active cases, up from 67 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, up from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

As of Monday, 2,111 doses of vaccine had been administered in the North West; 133 were administered yesterday.

Jan. 24 – More new cases than recoveries reported

Of the 3,251 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 463 are in the North West, up from 437 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 260 new cases, 52 were reported in the North West. There were three new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-six people are in hospital across the province, with 13 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,761 people in the North West, an increase of 30 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 174 active cases, up from 150 yesterday, with 30 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 35 active cases among youth and children, up from 32 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 126 active cases, up from 121 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 56 active cases among youth and children, up from 41 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 96 active cases, down from 102 yesterday, with seven new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 31 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 67 active cases, up from 64 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, up from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

As of Sunday, 1,978 doses of vaccine had been administered in the North West; 261 were administered yesterday.

Jan. 23 – 1,731 have recovered, 41 new cases reported

Of the 3,161 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 437 are in the North West, up from 406 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 274 new cases, 41 were reported in the North West. There were three new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-seven people are in hospital across the province, with 13 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,731 people in the North West, an increase of 15 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 150 active cases, up from 132 yesterday, with 21 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 35 active cases among youth and children, up from 32 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 121 active cases, down from 123 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 56 active cases among youth and children, up from 41 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 102 active cases, up from 88 yesterday, with 18 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 31 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 64 active cases, up from 63 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, up from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

As of Saturday, 1,705 doses of vaccine had been administered in the North West; 449 were administered yesterday.

Jan. 22 – Hospitalizations down to 12

Of the 3,196 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 406 are in the North West, up from 392 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.

Of the province’s 312 new cases, 40 were reported in the North West. There were eight new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and seventy-seven people are in hospital across the province, with 12 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,716 people in the North West, an increase of 26 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 123 active cases, up from 117 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 56 active cases among youth and children, up from 41 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 88 active cases, down from 99 yesterday, with 11 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 31 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 132 active cases, up from 125 yesterday, with 15 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 35 active cases among youth and children, up from 32 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 63 active cases, up from 59 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, up from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

As of Friday, 1,256 doses of vaccine had been administered in the North West.

Jan. 21 – 16 in hospital

Of the 3,009 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 392 are in the North West, down from 434 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. The reporting database is being updated to reconcile a significant backlog in the number of recoveries and these will be reflected in the daily case statistics. This adjustment will occur over the next few days.  

Of the province’s 227 new cases, 18 were reported in the North West. There were 13 new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-seven are in hospital across the province, with 16 hospitalized in the North West. Three are in intensive care.

A total of 1,690 people in the North West, an increase of 61 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 117 active cases, down from 126 yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 56 active cases among youth and children, up from 41 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 91 active cases, down from 122 yesterday, with six new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 46 active cases among youth and children, up from 31 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 125 active cases, down from 126 yesterday, with 10 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 35 active cases among youth and children, up from 32 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 59 active cases, down one from yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 11-17 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, up from 15 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

During the weekend, 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were sent to North Battleford. As of Thursday, 898 had been administered.

Jan. 20 – Recoveries continue to be higher than new cases

Of the 3,702 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 434 are in the North West, down from 559 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 234 new cases, 39 were reported in the North West. There were four new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Today’s hospitalization figures are unavailable. Yesterday, there were two hundred and seven people in hospital across the province, with 11 hospitalized in the North West. Three were in intensive care.

A total of 1,629 people in the North West, an increase of 172 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19. Starting today, the reporting database is being updated to reconcile a significant backlog in the number of recoveries and these will be reflected in the daily case statistics.  This adjustment will occur over the next few days.  

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 126 active cases, down from 192 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 122 active cases, down from 147 yesterday, with 11 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 126 active cases, down from 127 yesterday, with 20 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 60 active cases, down from 93 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

During the weekend, 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were sent to North Battleford.  Clinics were to begin Monday for priority health care workers and 132 vaccinations were administered.  On Tuesday, the vaccine was to be provided to long-term care residents and staff in North Battleford, Wilkie and Lloydminster. 348 doses were administered.

Jan. 19 – More recoveries than new cases

Of the 4,156 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 559 are in the North West, down from 567 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 309 new cases, 29 were reported in the North West. There were six new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Two hundred and seven people are in hospital across the province, with 11 hospitalized in the North West. Three are in intensive care.

A total of 1,457 people in the North West, an increase of 38 from yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 192 active cases, down from 197 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 147 active cases, down from 153 yesterday, with six new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 127 active cases, down from 129 yesterday, with 15 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 93 active cases, up from 91 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

During the weekend, 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were sent to North Battleford.  Clinics were to begin Monday for priority health care workers and 132 vaccinations were administered.  On Tuesday, the vaccine was to be provided to long-term care residents and staff in North Battleford, Wilkie and Lloydminster.

Jan. 18 – Active cases up in all subzones, vaccinations start today

Of the 4,265 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 567 are in the North West, up from 535 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 290 new cases, 41 were reported in the North West. There were four new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Two hundred and 10 people are in hospital across the province, with 13 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,419 people in the North West, an increase of 11 over yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 197 active cases, up from 189 yesterday, with nine new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 153 active cases, up from 139 yesterday, with 18 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 129 active cases, up from 119 yesterday, with nine new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 91 active cases, up from 88 yesterday, with five new cased. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

During the weekend, 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were sent to North Battleford.  Clinics were to begin Monday for priority health care workers.  On Tuesday, the vaccine will be provided to long-term care residents and staff in North Battleford, Wilkie and Lloydminster.

Jan. 17 – Active cases up to 516, subzone 1 continues to top others

Of the 4,121 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 535 are in the North West, up from 516 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 287 new cases, 21 were reported in the North West. There were three new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Two hundred and three people are in hospital across the province, with nine hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,408 people in the North West, an increase of four over yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 189 active cases, up from 183 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 139 active cases, up from 132 yesterday, with seven new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 119 active cases, up from 113 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 88 active cases, the same as yesterday, with one new case. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

During the weekend, 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were sent to North Battleford.  Clinics begin on Monday for priority health care workers.  On Tuesday, the vaccine will be provided to long-term care residents and staff in North Battleford, Wilkie and Lloydminster.

Jan. 16 – Active cases surpass 500, total recoveries more than 1,400

Of the 4,043 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 516 are in the North West, up from 479 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 270 new cases, 49 were reported in the North West. There were four new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-nine people are in hospital across the province, with 10 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,404 people in the North West, an increase of 13 over yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 183 active cases, up from 173 yesterday, with 12 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 132 active cases, up from 118 yesterday, with 15 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 113 active cases, up from 106yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 88 active cases, up from 82 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 15 – 25 more recoveries, but active cases up

Of the 4,010 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 479 are in the North West, up from 458 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 382 new cases, 45 were reported in the North West. There were four new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

Two hundred and ten people are in hospital across the province, with 11 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,391 people in the North West, an increase of 25 over yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 173 active cases, up from 161 yesterday, with 11 new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 118 active cases, up from 108 yesterday, with 19 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 106 active cases, down two from yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 82 active cases, up from 81 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 14 – New cases and recoveries even at 18

Of the 3,859 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 458 are in the North West, up from 456 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 312 new cases, 18 were reported in the North West. There were no new deaths reported in the province.

Two hundred and six people are in hospital across the province, with 13 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,366 people in the North West, an increase of 18 over yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 161 active cases, up from 159 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 41 active cases among youth and children, up from 20 in the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 108 active cases, down from 115 yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 31 active cases among youth and children, up from 23 the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 108 active cases, up two from yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 32 active cases among youth and children, down from 67 the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 81 active cases, up from 75 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information Jan. 4-10 listed 15 active cases among youth and children, down one from the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 13 – Active case numbers down, 1,348 have recovered

Of the 3,748 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 456 are in the North West, down from 474 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 247 new cases, 24 were reported in the North West. There were two new deaths reported in the province; neither were in the North West.

Two hundred and five people are in hospital across the province, with 12 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

A total of 1,348 people in the North West, an increase of 47 over yesterday, have recovered from COVID-19.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 159 active cases, down from 162 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 116 active cases, down from 128 yesterday, with seven new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up two from the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 106 active cases, down from 115 yesterday, with 13 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 67 active cases among youth and children, up three from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 75 active cases, up from 69 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 16 active cases among youth and children, down from 23 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 12 – Active cases continue to climb

Of the 3,752 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 474 are in the North West, up from 455 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 248 new cases, 30 were reported in the North West. There were five new deaths reported in the province; one in the 70-79 range was recorded in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-one people are in hospital across the province, with 10 hospitalized in the North West. One is in intensive care.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 162 active cases, up one from yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 128 active cases, the same as yesterday, with nine new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up two from the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 115 active cases, up from 108 yesterday, with 13 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 67 active cases among youth and children, up three from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 69 active cases, up from 65 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 16 active cases among youth and children, down from 23 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 11 – After-holiday spike continues

Of the 3,186 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 455 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 412 new cases, 102 were reported in the North West. There were eight new deaths reported in the province, one in the 80+ range was recorded in the North West.

One hundred and ninety-seven people are in hospital across the province, with 10 hospitalized in the North West. One is in intensive care.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 161 active cases, up from 128 Saturday, with 35 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 121 active cases, up from 90 Saturday, with 33 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up two from the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279. 

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 108 active cases, up from 97 Saturday, with 16 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 67 active cases among youth and children, up three from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 65 active cases, up from 47 Saturday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 16 active cases among youth and children, down from 23 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan 10 unavailable

Jan. 9 – Two weeks after Christmas, cases up in all subzones

Of the 3,186 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 362 are in the North West, up from 328 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 332 new cases, 44 were reported in the North West. There were seven new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and seventy-nine people are in hospital across the province, with nine hospitalized in the North West. One is in intensive care.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 128 active cases, up from 119 yesterday, with 11 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 97 active cases, up from 86 yesterday, with 14 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 67 active cases among youth and children, up three from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 90 active cases, up from 81 yesterday, with 14 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up two from the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279. 

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 47 active cases, up from 42 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 16 active cases among youth and children, down from 23 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.Of the 3,186 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 362 are in the North West, up from 328 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 332 new cases, 44 were reported in the North West. There were seven new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

 

One hundred and seventy-nine people are in hospital across the province, with nine hospitalized in the North West. One is in intensive care.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 128 active cases, up from 119 yesterday, with 11 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 97 active cases, up from 86 yesterday, with 14 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 67 active cases among youth and children, up three from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 90 active cases, up from 81 yesterday, with 14 new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up two from the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279. 

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 47 active cases, up from 42 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 16 active cases among youth and children, down from 23 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 8 – All subzone cases up, total new cases 46

Of the 3,053 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 328 are in the North West, up from 276 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 336 new cases, 46 were reported in the North West. There were seven new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and eighty people are in hospital across the province, with 11 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 119 active cases, up from 108 yesterday, with 10 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 20 active cases among youth and children, two more than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 86 active cases, up from 63 yesterday, with 14 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 67 active cases among youth and children, up three from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 81 active cases, up from 67 yesterday, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up two from the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279. 

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 42 active cases, up from 38 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 28 to Jan. 3 listed 16 active cases among youth and children, down from 23 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 7 – Subzone 2 case numbers drop, the Battlefords go up

Of the 2,947active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 276 are in the North West, down from 337 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 334 new cases, 11 were reported in the North West. There were three new deaths reported in the province, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and seventy-six people are in hospital across the province, with eight hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 108 active cases, the same as yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 18 active cases among youth and children, one less than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 67 active cases, five more than yesterday, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, one less than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279. 

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 63 active cases, down from 125 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 70 active cases among youth and children, down 13 from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 38 active cases, down from 42 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up from 19 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

Jan. 6 – 57 fewer active cases, no deaths

Of the 2,893 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 337 are in the North West, down from 394 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 277 new cases, 18 were reported in the North West. There were nine new deaths reported, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and seventy-two people are in hospital across the province, with six hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 125 active cases, down from 179 yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 70 active cases among youth and children, down 13 from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 108 active cases, up six from yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 18 active cases among youth and children, one less than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 42 active cases, down from 49 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up from 19 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 62 active cases, two less than yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, one less than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279. 

Jan. 5 – 26 fewer active cases, down to six in hospital

Of the 3,057 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 394 are in the North West, down from 420 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 153 new cases, 13 were reported in the North West. There were five new deaths reported, none of which were in the North West.

One hundred and sixty-six people are in hospital across the province, with six hospitalized in the North West, down from 10 yesterday. Two are in intensive care.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 179 active cases, down from 185 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 70 active cases among youth and children, down 13 from the previous monitoring period. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 102 active cases, up from 96 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 18 active cases among youth and children, one less than the previous reporting period. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 49 active cases, down from 74 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 23 active cases among youth and children, up from 19 in the previous reporting period. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 64 active cases, one less than yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 21 to 27 listed 21 active cases among youth and children, one less than the previous reporting period. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

Jan. 4 – 420 active cases, 10 in hospital

Of the 3,027 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 420 are in the North West, up two from yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 286 new cases, 17 were reported in the North West.

One hundred and eighty people are in hospital across the province, with 10 hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 185 active cases, down from 192 yesterday, with two new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 83 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 96 active cases, up from 91 yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 74 active cases, up from 71 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 65 active cases, one more than yesterday, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 22 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

Jan. 3 – Three people in intensive care

Of the 2,841 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 418 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 238 new cases, 23 were reported in the North West. There were no deaths reported in the province.

One hundred and fifty-two people are in hospital across the province, with eight hospitalized in the North West. Three are in intensive care.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 192 active cases, with 12 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 83 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 91 active cases, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 71 active cases, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 64 active cases, with five new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 22 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

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Dec. 30 – Active cases back down to 400

Of the 2,949 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, down from 3,195 yesterday, 400 are in the North West, down from 414 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 147 new cases, nine were reported in the North West. There were no deaths reported in the North West.

One hundred and fifty-one people are in hospital across the province, with eight hospitalized in the North West. Two are in intensive care.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 189 active cases, down from 191 yesterday, with four new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 83 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 81 active cases, down from 84 yesterday, with one new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 75 active cases, down from 78 yesterday, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 55 active cases, down from 61 yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 22 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

Dec. 28-29 – Active cases down, but zone death total reaches 19

One person diagnosed with COVID-19 is reported in today’s provincial report to have died in the North West zone. It is one of six deaths in the province in the age range of 80+. There were also deaths in the 20-29 age group (1), two deaths in the 60-69 age group and one death in the 70-79 age group in other parts of the province. Today’s announced death brings the North West’s total to 19.

Of the 3,191 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday (down from 3,945 a week ago), 414 are in the North West, down from 459 a week ago, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 208 new cases, 15 were reported in the North West.

There is no report on how many people are hospitalized. According to the Dec. 24 and 27 COVID-19 updates from the province, the number of hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients have been under-reported. Some who have remained in hospital after testing negative have been counted as recovered. Dec. 24’s report said, “With Saskatchewan updating definitions of the COVID-19 infectious period to align with national definitions, the COVID-19 data set correction resulted in the number of individuals hospitalized due to COVID-19 being under-reported in the daily, provincial report. As of December 22, 2020, there were an additional 40 COVID-19 patients in hospital, including nine in ICU, who have been receiving care, resulting in the reported case number of 165. The Saskatchewan Health Authority is working on a process to ensure these numbers are included in the daily case reports. The provincial dashboard will have a notation added while this process is finalized.”

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 191 active cases, down from 212 a week ago, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 83 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 78 active cases, down from 93 a week ago, with no new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 61 active cases, down from 77 a week ago, with four new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 22 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 84 active cases, up from 77 a week ago, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 14 to 20 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.Dec. 28-29 COVID-19 update: 10 deaths, 208 new cases, 175 in hospital, 405 recoveries

Dec. 23-26 unavailable.

Dec. 22 – One more death brings zone total to 12

One person diagnosed with COVID-19 has died in the North West zone. It is one of three deaths in the province in the age range of 80+. The others were in Regina. Today’s announced death brings the North West’s total to 12.

Of the 3,945 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 459 are in the North West, down from 463 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 181 new cases, 35 were reported in the North West.

There are five people in the North West in hospital. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care. Across the province, there are 124 in hospital, down from 131.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 212 active cases, down three from yesterday, with 12 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 44 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 93 active cases, down two from yesterday, with six new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 77 active cases, down from 85 yesterday, with five new cases recorded. Some of the decline can be attributed to cases being reassigned out of province. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 17 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 77 active cases, nine more than yesterday, with 12 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 22 active cases among youth and children.North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 21 – Subzone 2 up to 215 active cases

Of the 3,990 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 463 are in the North West, up from 441 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 206 new cases, 37 were reported in the North West. No deaths were reported in the North West, although there were four deaths in the Regina zone.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 131 in hospital.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 215 active cases, one up from yesterday, with 13 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 44 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 95 active cases, up from 88 yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 85 active cases, up from 79 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 17 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 68 active cases, eight more than yesterday, with nine new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 22 active cases among youth and children.North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 20 – Active cases continue to rise, now up to 441

Of the 3,880 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 441 are in the North West, up from 413 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 266 new cases, 30 were reported in the North West. No deaths were reported in the North West, although there were three deaths in the Regina zone.

There are six people in the North West in hospital. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care. Across the province, there are 123 in hospital.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 214 active cases, up from 205 yesterday, with 10 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 44 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 88 active cases, up from 80 yesterday, with nine new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 19 active cases among youth and children. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 79 active cases, up from 75 yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 17 active cases among youth and children. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 60 active cases, seven more than yesterday, with seven new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 22 active cases among youth and children.North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 19 – Active cases at 413, almost half in subzone 2, including 44 youth

Of the 3,762 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 413 are in the North West, one up from yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 252 new cases, 31 were reported in the North West. No deaths were reported in the North West, although there were eight deaths across the province.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care. Across the province, there are 127 in hospital.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 205 active cases, up from 185 yesterday, with 30 new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 44 active cases among youth and children. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 80 active cases, down from 86 yesterday, with three new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 19 active cases among youth and children.North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 75 active cases, down from 90 yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 17 active cases among youth and children.The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 53 active cases, two more than yesterday, with five new cases. The weekly monitoring information from Dec. 7 to 13 listed 22 active cases among youth and children.North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 18 – Active cases remain above 400 mark

Of the , 3,736 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 412 are in the North West, down from 415 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 245 new cases, 35 were reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 121 in hospital.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 185 active cases, with 22 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 86 active cases, with 15 new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 90 active cases, with eight new cases recorded. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 51 active cases, with eight new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 17- unavailable

Dec. 16 – 35 new cases reported, 20 in subzone 2

Of the 4,213 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 400 are in the North West, up from 383 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 169 new cases, 35 were reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, one less than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 124 in hospital, the same total as the last two days.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 187 active cases, 20 more than yesterday, with 20 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 88 active cases, down from 91 yesterday, with four new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 87 active cases, three less than yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 38 active cases, up from 35 yesterday, with three new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 15 - North West sees a death in the 20-29 range, 28 new cases

Seven deaths among residents who tested positive for COVID-19 were reported Tuesday in Saskatchewan. One was in the North West zone in the 20-29 age group.

Of the 4,204 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 383 are in the North West, down from 400 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 179 new cases, 28 were reported in the North West.

There are nine people in the North West in hospital, one more than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 124 in hospital, the same total as yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 167 active cases, nine more than yesterday, with 17 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 91 active cases, down three from yesterday, with five new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 90 active cases, two more than yesterday, with six new cases recorded. Government information lists River Heights Lodge in North Battleford as having 17 cases, according to the Nov. 26 – Dec. 10 long term care weekly monitoring report. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 35 active cases, down from 59 yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 14 – One death in the North West, 30 new cases

Two deaths among residents who tested positive for COVID-19 were reported Monday. One was in the North West zone in the 80+ age group.

Of the 4,380 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 400 are in the North West, up 15 from yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 269 new cases, 30 were reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, two more than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 124 in hospital, up from 117 yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 158 active cases, nine more than yesterday, with 15 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 94 active cases, up three from yesterday, with nine new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 89 active cases, the same as yesterday, with three new cases recorded. Government information lists River Heights Lodge in North Battleford as having 17 cases, according to the Nov. 26 – Dec. 10 long term care weekly monitoring report. The total population of the subzone is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 59 active cases, up three from yesterday, with three new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 13 – Active case numbers fluctuating, 26 new cases

Three deaths among residents who tested positive for COVID-19 were reported Sunday. None were in the North West zone.

Of the 4,188 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 385 are in the North West, up from 351 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 222 new cases, 29 were reported in the North West. It is anticipated that the number of cases designated as “active” will decline as older cases are reviewed and potentially shifted to recovered status.  This work is ongoing.

There are six people in the North West in hospital, one less than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 117 in hospital, down one from yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 149 active cases, four more than yesterday, with eight new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 91 active cases, up from 78 yesterday, with 13 new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 89 active cases, up from 79 yesterday, with 10 new cases recorded. Government information lists River Heights Lodge in North Battleford as having 17 cases, according to the Nov. 26 – Dec. 10 long term care weekly monitoring report. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 56 active cases, up from 49 yesterday, with eight new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 12 – Active cases drop, no deaths, 17 at River Heights Lodge

Eleven deaths among residents who tested positive for COVID-19 were reported Saturday, the largest one day increase in the number of COVID-19 deaths in Saskatchewan since the pandemic began. None were in the North West zone.

Of the 4,097 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 351 are in the North West, down from 403 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 274 new cases, 43 were reported in the North West. It is anticipated that the number of cases designated as “active” will decline as older cases are reviewed and potentially shifted to recovered status.  This work is ongoing. Government information also lists River Heights Lodge in North Battleford as having 17 cases.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital, one more than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 118 in hospital, down from 133 yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 145 active cases, four more than yesterday, with 24 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 79 active cases, down from 94 yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 78 active cases, up from 111 yesterday, with 15 new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 49 active cases, down from 57 yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 11 – Active cases surpass 400

Of the 4,547 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 403 are in the North West, up from 393 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 246 new cases, 24 were reported in the North West.

There are six people in the North West in hospital, one less than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 133 in hospital.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 141 active cases, one more than yesterday, with 9 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 111 active cases, up from 105 yesterday, with 11 new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, there are 94 active cases, up three from yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 57 active cases, the same as yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 10 – Active cases nearing 400

Of the 4,663 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 393 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 324 new cases, 47 were reported in the North West.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 138 in hospital.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 140 active cases, with 15 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 105 active cases, with five new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4,there are 91 active cases, with 23 new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 57 active cases, with four new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 9 unavailable

Dec. 8 – One death in North West, active cases up

Across the province, six resident deaths were reported Tuesday among those who tested positive for COVID-19. Five of these individuals were in their 80s, including one from the North West. So far, the North West zone has seen nine deaths.

Of the 4,663 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 361 are in the North West, up from 353 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 183 new cases, 18 were reported in the North West, down from 26 yesterday.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital, two less than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 144 in hospital, up one yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 104 active cases, up from 90 yesterday, with 15 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 100 active cases, down from 116 yesterday, with four new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 88 from 94 yesterday, with one new case recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 57 active cases, down two from yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 7 – Nine in hospital in North West, cases jump in Subzone 2

Of the 4,763 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 353 are in the North West, up from 334yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 274 new cases, 26 were reported in the North West, the same number as yesterday.

There are nine people in the North West in hospital, one more than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 143 in hospital, up from 135 yesterday.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 104 active cases, up from 90 yesterday, with 15 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 96 active cases, down two from yesterday, with three new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to 94 from 87 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 59 active cases, the same as yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec.6 – Battlefords, subzone 1 cases down, subzones 2 and 3 go up

Of the 4,550 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 334 are in the North West, down one yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 415 new cases, 26 were reported in the North West, compared with 18 yesterday.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, one less than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 135 in hospital, up from 116 yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 87 from 98 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 98 active cases, up from 90 yesterday, with 10 new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 90 active cases, up from 85 yesterday, with eight new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 59 active cases, down from 62 yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 5 – 335 active cases in the North West, hospitalizations up

Of the 4,191 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 335 are in the North West, up from 321 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 202 new cases, 18 were reported in the North West, compared with 12 yesterday.

There are nine people in the North West in hospital, two more than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients are in intensive care. Across the province, there are 116 in hospital, down from 125 yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to 98 from 95 yesterday, with four new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 90 active cases, up from 85 yesterday, with seven new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 85 active cases, up from 80 yesterday, with seven new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 62 active cases, one more than yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 4 – Only 12 new cases in the North West, Battlefords active cases down by 6

Of the  4,116 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 321 are in the North West, up from 319 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Of the province’s 283 new cases, 12 were reported in the North West, compared with 21 yesterday.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital, one less than yesterday. The government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care. Across the province, there are 125 in hospital.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 95 from 101 yesterday, with no new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 85 active cases, up from 82 yesterday, with four new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 80 active cases, up from 75 yesterday, with seven new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 61 active casesthe same as yesterday, with one new case. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 3 – 21 new cases in the North West

Of the  4,017 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 319 are in the North West, up from 310 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 21 new cases reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to 101 from 98 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 82 active cases, up from 76 yesterday, with six new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 75 active cases, up from 67 yesterday, with six new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 61 active cases, up one from yesterday, with one new case. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 2 – Active cases in the North West surpass 300

Of the 3,970 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 301 are in the North West, seven more than yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 17 new cases reported in the North West. Neither of the two deaths reported Tuesday were in the North West zone.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 98 from 99 yesterday, with three new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 76 active cases, up two from yesterday, with two new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 67 active cases, up from 62 yesterday, with 11 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 60 active cases, up one from yesterday, with one new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Dec. 1 – Five fewer active cases in the North West

Of the 3,819 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 294 are in the North West, five less than yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 10 new cases reported in the North West, 13 less than yesterday. None of the four deaths reported Tuesday were in the North West zone.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 99 from 108 yesterday, with only two new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 74 active cases, up three from yesterday, with three new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 59 active cases, down one from yesterday, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 62 active cases, up from 60 yesterday, with five new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

Nov. 30 – 299 active cases in the North West, Battlefords cases go down

Of the 3,879 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 299 are in the North West, up from 286 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 23 new cases reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 108 from 111 yesterday, with only four new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 71 active cases, up from 69 yesterday, with three new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 60 active cases, up from 51 yesterday, with 11 new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 60 active cases, up from 55 yesterday, with five new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Nov. 29 – 28 new cases in the North West

Of the 3,605 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 286 are in the North West, up from 263 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 28 new cases reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to 111 from 104 yesterday, with 10 new cases recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 69 active cases, up from 61 yesterday, with eight new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 55 active cases, up from 49 yesterday, with seven new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 51 active cases, the same as yesterday, with three new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

Nov. 28 – One additional death in the North West brings total to eight

One resident in the 80+ age group who tested positive for COVID-19 has died.  The person was from the North West zone, bringing the zone’s total deaths to eight.

Of the 3,263active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 263 are in the North West, down from 269 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There five new cases reported in the North West.

There are nine people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. None of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases down to 102 from 104 yesterday, with one new case recorded. The total population is 24,279.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 61 active cases, one up from yesterday, with one new case North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie, with a total population of 17,384.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 51 active cases, up three from yesterday, with three new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca, with a total population of 31,411.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 49 active cases, with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford, with a total population of 11,056.

Nov. 27 – 23 new cases in the North West, 10 in the Battlefords

Of the 3,263active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 269 are in the North West, up from 254 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 23 new cases reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to110 from 104 yesterday, with 10 new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 60 active cases, one up from yesterday, with three new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 50 active cases, two more than yesterday, with three new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 49 active cases, up six from yesterday, with seven new cases. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

Nov. 26 – Two deaths in the North West

Two deaths in the 80+ age group were recorded in the North West Thursday.Of the 3,146 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 254 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There 17 new cases reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to104 from 93 yesterday, with 12 new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 59 active cases, one up from yesterday, with two new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 48 active cases, with three new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 43 active cases, down three from yesterday, with one new case.. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

Nov. 25 – Only one new case in the North West

Of the 3,012 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 236 are in the North West, down from 247 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There was only one new case reported in the North West.

There are eight people in the North West in hospital, one more than yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. Two of those patients are in intensive care, the same as yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 93 from 100 yesterday, with no new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 58 active cases, the same as yesterday, with no new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 46 active cases, the same number as yesterday with one new case. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are no new cases, with the total active cases down to 39, from 43 yesterday. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

 

Nov. 24 – Active cases continue rising in the North West

Of the 2,927 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 247 are in the North West, up seven from yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There are 14 new cases reported in the North West, four more than yesterday.

There are seven people in the North West in hospital, the same yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. Two of those patients are in intensive care, an increase of one since yesterday.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are up to 100 from 94 yesterday, with seven new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 58 active cases, down two from yesterday, with no new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are two new cases, with the total active cases down to 43, from 44 yesterday. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 46 active cases, up four from yesterday with five new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 23 – A death reported in the North West

One resident over the age of 80 from the North West zone has died, according to Monday’s COVID-19 report from the government.

 Of the 2,864 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 240 are in the North West, down four from yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There are 10 new cases reported in the North West, seven fewer than yesterday.

There are now seven people in the North West in hospital, one less than yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. One of those patients is in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases are down to 94 from 99 yesterday, with eight new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 60 active cases, up one from yesterday, with one new case. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 2 subzone, there is one new case, with the total active cases remaining at 44. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 42 active cases, the same as yesterday with no new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 22 – 17 new cases in North West

Of the 2,683 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 244 are in the North West, up from 233 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There are 17 new cases reported in the North West.

There are now eight people in the North West in hospital, the same as yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. There are no patients in intensive care in the North West.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases have risen from 97 yesterday to 99 today, with six new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 59 active cases, up from 55 yesterday, with four new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are two new cases, bringing the total active cases to 44, up from 43 yesterday. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are now 42 active cases, up from 38 yesterday with five new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 21 – Eight in hospital in North West

Of the 2,537 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 233 are in the North West, up from 182 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There are 56 new cases reported in the North West, compared with 11 yesterday. Officials indicate today’s numbers are partly influenced by a high number of tests being done and a backlog in testing due to weather. They have decided to include a seven-day average in the daily update. Saskatchewan’s seven-day average is 203 as of today.

There are now eight people in the North West in hospital, up from five yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. There are no patients in intensive care in the North West.

In the Battlefords, subzone North West 4, active cases have risen from 68 yesterday to 97 today, with 32 new cases recorded.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 55 active cases, up from 49 yesterday, with seven new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are 10 new cases, bringing the total active cases to 43, up from 34 yesterday. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are now 38 active cases, up from 31 yesterday with seven new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 20 – Subzone north of the city has biggest increase

Of the 2,145 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 182 are in the North West, up from 175 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There are 11 new cases.

Five people in the North West are in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. There is one patient in intensive care in the North West.

In the Battlefords, termed North West 4, there are 68 active cases, two fewer than yesterday, and only one new case.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 49 active cases, down one from yesterday, with no new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are two new cases, bringing the total active cases to 34. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are now 31 active cases, up from 23 yesterday with eight new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 19 – North West active cases number 175

Of the 2,066 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Thursday, 175 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. There are 12 new cases.

Five people in the North West are in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. There is no one in intensive care in the North West.

In the Battlefords, termed North West 4, there are 70 cases, with four new cases.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 50 active cases, with four new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are no new cases, and the total active cases are 32. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 23 active cases, with four new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 17 – North West sees improvement of one in active cases

Of the 2,055 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 170 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. That’s one less than yesterday. There are 16 new cases.

Three people in the North West are in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. There is no one in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, termed North West 4, there are 67 cases, with seven new cases.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are no new cases, and the total active cases are 37, down from 44 yesterday. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 48 active cases, up from 44 yesterday, with three four cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 18 active cases, up from 15 yesterday, with five new cases. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 16 – North West sees 13 new cases

Of the 1,928 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 171 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. That number is up nine from yesterday. There are 13 new cases.

Three people in the North West are in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals. There is no one in intensive care.

In the Battlefords, termed North West 4, there are 66 cases, up from 61 yesterday, with six new cases.

In the North West 2 subzone, there are three new cases, and the total active cases are 44, one less than yesterday. North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca.

In the North West 3 subzone, there are 44 active cases, with three new cases. North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie.

In the North West 1 subzone, there are 15 active cases, up from 14 yesterday, with one new case. North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford.

Nov. 15 – Active cases in the North West up by 18 from yesterday

Of the 1,807 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 161 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. That number is up 18 from yesterday. There are 16 new cases, seven less than yesterday, and

There is also one less person in hospital. Four people in the North West are in hospital, one of whom is in intensive care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 61 cases, up from 48 yesterday, with 11 new cases. Yesterday, the Battlefords moved into first place, from third place, in active cases among the four North West sub zones.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There is one new case, and the total active cases are 45.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 41 active cases, the same as yesterday, with one new case.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are 14 active cases, up from 11 yesterday, with three new cases.

Two additional deaths were recorded in Saskatchewan yesterday. Neither were in the North West, although the North West has seen four deaths recorded.

Nov. 14 – Five hospitalized in the North West, one in intensive care

Of the 1,691 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 143 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard.That number is up 21 from yesterday, partly due to a delay in testing caused by a snowstorm earlier.

 Five people in the North West are in hospital, one of whom is in intensive care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 48 cases, with 15 new cases, moving it into first place, from third place in active cases and new cases among the four North West sub zones.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are four new cases, and the total active cases are 43, up from 39 yesterday.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 41 active cases, the same as yesterday, with one new case.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are 11 active cases, up from eight yesterday, with three new cases.

Nov. 13 – One in intensive care in the North West

 

Of the 1,427 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 122 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. One person in the North West is in intensive care, although the government has not indicated which hospital.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 41 active cases, with one new case.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are two new cases, and the total active cases are 39.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 34 cases, with three new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are eight active cases, with one new case.

Nov. 11 – Only one new case in the North West

Of the 1,363 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Wednesday, 112 are in the North West, down one from yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, down one from yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them. Neither are in intensive care.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. The tally remains the same as yesterday: 41 active cases, with no new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are no new cases, and the total active cases dropped to 38 from 39 yesterday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 21 caes, down from 26 active cases yesterday, with the only new case in the North West.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are seven active cases, down one from yesterday.

Nov. 10 – North West up to 114 active cases; 26 are in the Battlefords

Of the 1,305 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 114 are in the North West, up from 106 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Three people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, up one from yesterday, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them. None of the three are in intensive care.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. The tally remains the same as yesterday: 41 active cases, with no new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are five new cases, bringing the total to 39 active cases, up from 35 yesterday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 26 active cases, with three new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are eight active cases, with one of those a new case.

Nov. 9 – North West has 106 active casea

Of the 1,289 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 106 are in the North West, up from 91 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them. The death reported Monday is not in the North West.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 41 active cases, and four new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are four new cases, bringing the total to 35 active cases .

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 23 active cases, with 11 new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are no new cases. There are seven active cases.

This report has been corrected to indicate today is Monday, not Tuesday.

Nov. 8 – Fourteen new cases of COVID-19 in North West

Of the 1,122 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 91 are in the North West, up from 77 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them. The death reported Sunday is not in the North West.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 37 active cases, the same as yesterday.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are 11 new cases, bringing the total to 32 active cases Sunday, up from 21 Saturday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 15 active cases Sunday, with two new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. One new case brings the active cases up to seven.

Across the province, 28 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported, including two announced Saturday: one individual in their 60s from the Far North West and an individual in their 50s from the North East; and one announced Sunday: in their 80s from the Saskatoon zone.

A total of 3,897 cases across the province have been reported to the public since the outbreak. Of those 2,747 have recovered.

Nov. 7 - Two in hospital with COVID-19 in North West

Of the 985 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 77 are in the North West, up from 68 yesterday, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Yesterday, three people in the North West were receiving inpatient care, while today only two are in hospital, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them. The two deaths reported Saturday are not in the North West.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 37 active cases, up from 33 yesterday, and four new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There is one new case, bringing the total to 21 active cases Saturday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 13 active cases Saturday, with two new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. Two new cases bring the active cases up to six.

Across the province, 27 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported, including two announced today:one individual in their 60s from the Far North West and an individual in their 50s from the North East.

A total of 3,738 cases across the province have been reported to the public since the outbreak. Of those 2,726 have recovered.

Nov. 6 - North West has three people in hospital for COVID-19

Of the 911 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 68 are in the North West, according to the government’s Saskatchewan Dashboard. Three people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 33 active cases, and two new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are three new cases, bringing the total to 20 active cases Friday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are 11 active cases with two new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are four active cases reported, with one new case.

Across the province, 25 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported to date. The last death reported was Oct. 11.

A total of 3,623 cases have been reported to the public since the outbreak. Of those 2,687 have recovered.

Nov. 3 - North West now has 60 active COVID-19 cases

Of the 842 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Tuesday, 60 are in the North West, up from 48 yesterday. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 30 active cases, up six from Monday. There are seven new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are six new cases since the weekend, bringing the total to 19 active cases Tuesday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are nine active cases Tuesday, the same as Sunday and Monday, with one new case.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are two active cases reported, the same as yesterday, with no new cases.

Across the province, 25 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported to date. The last death reported was Oct. 11.

Nov. 2 - Active COVID-19 cases rise to 48 in North West

Of the 858 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Monday, 48 are in the North West, up four from yesterday. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 24 active cases, up three from Sunday. There are three new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There is one new case, with 13 active cases Monday, the same as Saturday and Sunday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are nine active cases Monday, the same as Sunday, with no new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are two active cases reported, with one new case.

Across the province, 25 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported to date. The last death reported was Oct. 11.

Nov. 1 - Active COVID-19 cases up to 44 in North West

Of the 798 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Sunday, 44 are in the North West, up four from yesterday. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 21 active cases, up from 18 cases Saturday, with three new cases.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are no new cases, with 13 active cases Sunday, the same as of Saturday.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are nine active cases Sunday, up one from Saturday. There are two new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There is one active case reported, with no new cases.

Across the province, 25 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported to date. The last death reported was Oct. 11.

Oct. 31 - 40 cases of COVID-19 in the North West, two in hospital

Of the 739 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, 40 are in the North West, up one from yesterday. Two people in the North West are receiving inpatient care, although the government has not indicated which hospital or hospitals are caring for them.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 18 cases Saturday, down from 19 active cases as of Friday, with one new case.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are 13 active cases as of Saturday, down three from Friday, with one new case.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are eight active cases Saturday, up one from Friday. There are two new cases.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There is one active case reported. Yesterday there were no cases.

Across the province, 25 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported to date. The last death reported was Oct. 11.

Oct. 30 - North West has 39 active cases of COVID-19

Of the 742 active cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan as of Friday, 39 are in the North West.

North West 3 includes the communities of Big Shell, Cut Knife, Denholm, Echo Bay, Hafford, Krydor, Landis, Leoville, Maymont, Medstead, Richard, Ruddell, Scott, Shell Lake, Speers, Spiritwood, Unity and Wilkie. There are 19 active cases as of Friday, with three of those being new.

North West 2 includes the communities of Denzil, Lashburn, Lloydminster, Macklin, Maidstone, Marsden, Marshall, Neilburg, Paynton, Primate, Senlac and Waseca. There are 16 active cases as of Friday, with one of those being new.

North West 4 is made up of the communities of Battleford and North Battleford. There are seven active cases as of Friday, with two of those being new.

North West 1 includes the communities of Aquadeo, Cochin, Edam, Glaslyn, Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay, Meota, Mervin, Metinota, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg and Turtleford. There are no cases reported.

Across the province, 25 deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported to date. The last death reported was Oct. 11.

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