How Saskatchewan’s 13 zones compare six months into COVID-19 pandemic

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FAR NORTH EAST

This zone covers the largest area and has been divided into two sub-zones. The zone includes La Ronge, Pelican Narrows and Wollaston Lake. There are 24,195 people living in this zone with nine recorded cases (0.04 per cent) and 2,849 tests (12 per cent). There is one active case.

NORTH WEST

This zone has 84,130 people, including the communities of Lloydminster, North Battleford and Cut Knife. It has been divided into four sub-zones by the province. There have been 131 cases (0.16 per cent) in the zone with 10,583 tests (12.6 per cent). Four COVID-19 patients from this zone have died and there are two active cases.

NORTH CENTRAL

This zone includes the province’s third largest city, Prince Albert, as well as Waskesiu and Rosthern. There are 89,824 people living in the zone, which has been split into three sub-zones. The Prince Albert sub-zone is the only one with just one community. The zone has recorded 73 cases (0.08 per cent) and 12,566 tests (14 per cent). Two people diagnosed with COVID-19 from this zone have died.

NORTH EAST

This zone includes Nipawin, Tisdale and Melfort and a population of 42,260 people with three sub-zones. The province has recorded 67 cases (0.16 per cent) and 4,625 tests (10.9 per cent). There is a single active case.

SASKATOON

In addition to the province’s largest city, this zone also includes Warman, Martensville and Dundurn. It covers the largest population with 334,757 people. There have been 322 cases discovered (0.1 per cent) and 46,051 tests (14 per cent) performed. Two people with COVID-19 who resided in this zone have died. The zone leads the province with 81 active cases.

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