In addition to Saskatchewan. ICU, there are 22 residents in ICUs outside of the province. As these patients receive care outside the province, this number is not included in the number of hospitalizations on the provincial dashboard. Since yesterday’s report, there has been one repatriation and one death outside the province.
As of November 4, 2021, one death likely unrelated to COVID-19 has been removed from the total number of deaths.
Two new deaths were reported today and a total of 863 Saskatchewan residents with COVID-19 have died, with a case fatality rate of 1.1%.
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There are five new cases to report today in NITHA communities.
Of the new cases, 80 percent were unvaccinated.
There are 129 active cases of COVID-19 in NITHA communities.
These cases are located in the Far North Central (Athabasca), 0; Far Northwest, 39; Far North-East, 41; Center-North, 38; and Northeast, 11.
There have been 6,695 cases (97%) that have recovered and 11 people are hospitalized.
Athabasca Health Authority
For the third week in a row, the Athabasca Health Authority is not reporting any active cases of COVID-19 in their communities.
“The trend towards adoption of the COVID-19 vaccine continues to be encouraging in AHA regions. Almost half of the population of the AHA region has been fully vaccinated. Although we have no active cases and the COVID-19 vaccination rate looks encouraging, we encourage everyone to get vaccinated and stay safe, ”said Taiwo Olubanwo, Executive Director of Health Care primary for AHA.
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