The death toll from COVID-19 in Saskatchewan rose by four to 905 on Thursday as 95 new cases were added.
Those who have recently died who have tested positive for the virus include one person between the ages of 40 and 59 and over 80 years old, and two others between 60 and 79 years old.
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According to the general table of the provincial government, the total number of infections in the province is up to 79,937 people. The seven-day average of new daily infections fell to 102 from 114 on Wednesday.
Saskatchewan’s active infections have dropped, now at 1,100. This is the lowest number since August 18 when there were 1,066 cases.
Hospitals in the province are currently taking care of 161 patients with COVID-19: 123 inpatients and 38 in ICUs. As of Thursday, 67.1% of hospitalized patients were not fully vaccinated.
There are 11 Saskatchewan residents in out-of-province ICUs, according to officials.
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The number of recoveries from the virus increased by 154 to a total of 77,932.
According to the dashboard, 1,707 COVID-19 tests were performed on Wednesday. Up to now, 1,258,127 inspections have been carried out in the province.
The total number of vaccines vaccinated in the province is 1,705,276.
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