One additional death, 81 new cases of Covid-19 in Saskatchewan June 11

899 active cases, 104 in hospital, 17 in intensive care

June 11, 2021, 2:06 pm


Daily COVID-19 Statistics
There are 81 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on June 11, bringing the provincial total to 47,764 cases.

There are 77 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on June 10, bringing the provincial total to 47,668 cases.

There are 0 active cases in Central East 5, including the Esterhazy and Melville areas

There are 32 active cases in South East 2, including the Moosomin, Rocanville, Whitewood and Kipling areas.

There are 11 active cases in South East 4, including the Redvers, Carlyle, and Estevan areas.

The new cases are located in the following zones: Far North West, 3; Far North East, 4; North West, 13; North Central, 7; North East, 3; Saskatoon, 17; Central East, 3; Regina, 14; South West, 7; South Central, 7; and South East, 2. One case is pending residence information. One case with pending residence information was assigned to the Central East zone.

Fifteen cases tested out of province were added to the Far North East, 9; Far North West, 1; North East, 1; Saskatoon, 3; and South East, 1, zones.

One new death is being reported today in the 80+ age group from the Saskatoon zone.
Recoveries total 46,311 and 899 cases are considered active.

There are 104 people in hospital. Eighty-seven people are receiving inpatient care, including one patient from Manitoba: North West, 13; North Central, 5; Saskatoon, 30; Central East, 4; Regina, 28; South West, 1; South Central, 5; and South East; 1. Seventeen people are in intensive care: North West, 1; North Central, 4; Saskatoon, 6; Central East, 1; Regina, 4; and South West, 1.

The seven-day average of new COVID-19 case number is 78 (6.4 per 100,000). A chart comparing today's average to data collected over the past few months is available at

There were 2,165 COVID-19 tests processed in Saskatchewan on June 10, 2021.

To date, 884,309 COVID-19 tests have been processed in Saskatchewan. As of June 9, 2021, when other provincial and national numbers were available, Saskatchewan's per capita rate was 744,239 tests performed per million population. The national rate was 934,188.

The Ministry of Health is now reporting COVID-19 variants of concern according to the latest designations approved by the World Health Organization and aligns with the designations being used by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

VOC Types

Former designation
Current designation
Alpha (B.1.1.7)

Former designation
B.1.351/South Africa
Current designation
Beta (B.1.351)

Former designation
Current designation
Gamma (P.1)

Former designation
Current designation
Delta (B.1.617.2)

As of June 10, 11,504 variants of concern have been identified by screening in Saskatchewan, reported in the following zones: Far North West, 274; Far North Central, 1; Far North East, 74; North West, 715; North Central, 536; North East, 75; Saskatoon, 1,965; Central West, 120; Central East, 626; Regina, 4,721; South West, 388; South Central, 839; and South East, 1,103. There are 67 screened VOCs with residence pending.

No new lineage results were reported for Variants of Concern today. Of the 6,199 VOCs with lineages identified by whole genome sequencing in Saskatchewan, 5,932 are Alpha (B.1.1.7), 208 are Gamma (P.1), 49 are Delta (B.1.617.2) and 10 are Beta (B.1.351).

Confirmed variant of concern cases may appear in both columns on the website, depending on testing for that case. Adding the cases identified by screening and those that have received whole genome sequencing may result in double-counting individual cases.

Further statistics on the total number of cases among health care workers, breakdowns of total cases by source of infection, age, sex and region, total tests to date, per capita testing rate and current numbers of confirmed variants of concern can be found at

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COVID-19 testing is available to all residents. You can still receive a referral for COVID-19 testing through HealthLine 811 or a health care provider, and drive-thru testing sites are available without a referral seven days a week in Regina, Saskatoon, Yorkton and Prince Albert. Information on symptoms to watch for and how to get tested is available at

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