Saskatchewan reported 237 cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and eleven additional deaths deaths due to the virus on Thursday.
“As of October 28th, there are 237 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 77,067 reported cases,” the Saskatchewan Government said in a statement earlier today.
One of the new cases was in the Far North West, 11 in Far North East, 14 in North West, 18 in North Central, 5 in North East, 63 in Saskatoon, 25 in Central East, 47 in Regina, 7 in South West, 10 in South Central, and 32 in South East (32) zones.
The statement further added that a total of 260 individuals are hospitalized in SK, including 202 inpatient hospitalizations and 58 ICU hospitalizations, as of October 28th.
Of the 260 patients, 185 (71.2%) were not fully vaccinated, the Saskatchewan Government said, adding that three additional cases were transferred to Ontario, for a total of nineteen (19) SK cases who have been transferred out-of-province to date.
The Saskatchewan Government also added that eleven (11) new deaths reported today. 843 Saskatchewan residents with COVID-19 have died, with a case fatality rate of 1.1%.