Saskatchewan announces 11 new COVID-19 cases as museums and theatres to reopen

REGINA — Saskatchewan's north continues to be a hot spot for new cases of COVID-19 in the province.

Saskatchewan Health is reporting 11 new cases with 10 in the far north and one in Saskatoon.

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There have been 753 reported COVID-19 cases in the province with 98 still considered to be active.

Four individuals remain in hospital with one in intensive care while the death toll remains at 13.

Nine cases that were originally attributed to Saskatchewan's numbers are no longer being considered in the overall count because the people reside outside of the province.

The latest numbers come as the Saskatchewan government announced that beginning Monday, libraries, museums, galleries, and theatres will be allowed to reopen.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 23, 2020

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