Saskatchewan is reporting over 100 new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and one additional death over a 24-hour period.
As of November 26, there are 108 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 80,775 reported cases, the Saskatchewan government said in a statement.
one of the new cases has been identified in the Far North East, eight in North West, 19 in North Central, 2 in North East, 12 in Saskatoon, 24 in Central East, 12 in Regina, 1 in South West, 7 in South Central, and 19 in South East.
1,017 cases are considered active and 78,842 cases are considered recovered, the Saskatchewan government said, adding that as of November 26, a total of 143 individuals are hospitalized, including 102 inpatient hospitalizations, and 41 ICU hospitalizations.
The Saskatchewan government also added that of the 143 patients, 94 (65.7%) were not fully vaccinated.
Saskatchewan on Thursday reported 96 new cases and one additional death due to COVID-19 over a 24-hour period.