There were 336 active cases of COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan Sunday, four less than the day before. No deaths were reported.
There were 27 new cases reported, 19 fewer than reported Saturday. Thirty-one recoveries were reported.
A total of 629,785 residents have been fully vaccinated, an increase of 3,841 over the day before.
The seven day average for new cases was reported at 34, down from 35 Saturday. The seven day average peaked out Jan. 12 at 321.
In the Far North West zone there are 94 active cases, up two from Saturday.
In the Far North Central zone, there are 16 active cases, down two from Saturday.
In the Far North East, there are 29 active cases, down five from the previous day.
In the North West, there are 25 active cases, down four from the day before. In the Battlefords, subzone 4, there are five active cases.
In the North Central zone, there are 27 active cases, up three. In Prince Albert and area, subzone 2, there are 15 active cases.
There are four active cases in the North East zone, the same as the day before.
There are 55 cases in the Sasktoon zone, an increase of one.
There are no active cases in the Central West zone, after having had four the day previous.
The Central East zone has eight cases, unchanged from Saturday.
The Regina area has 43 cases, up five from Saturday.
The South West zone has four active cases, one less than Saturday.
The South Central zoned has five cases, up one from Saturday.
The South East has 11 cases, up three from the previous day.