The number of individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 is two-thirds of the way to triple digits.
The Sask Health Authority announced in their Sunday afternoon update that another 12 people have recovered, bringing that total to 67 and counting.
Meanwhile, another 18 confirmed cases were announced, pushing that figure up to 249 in total.
Of that confirmed case total, 109 are linked to travel, 71 are related to community contacts/mass gatherings, 14 have unknown exposures, while 55 remain under investigation.
The south region of the province went from 13 cases on Saturday to 15 on Sunday. The rest can be found on the following chart from the Government of Saskatchewan:
Breaking down the cases by age range, 108 are now in the 20-44 range, 88 are in individuals aged 45-64, 42 are in the 65-plus range, while the remaining 11 cases are in the 19-and-under bracket.
There are still four cases being treated in the hospital - one in ICU in Regina, one in ICU in Saskatoon, with the other two receiving inpatient care in Saskatoon as well.
A total of 13,528 cases have now been performed in Saskatchewan.
Look to the COVID-19 tab on Swift Current Online for more related information.