There have been 14 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the province, bringing the total to 66 - an increase of 40 cases since Friday's update.

Two of the cases are in the age group of 5-19 and the rest are adults.

61 percent of the cases are male and 39 percent are female.

To date, 5269 cases have been performed by the Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory.

The province insists that if you are experiencing symptoms of fever and cough are not already self-isolating, self-isolate immediately and use the online self-assessment tool here.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has testing sites operating in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current and Weyburn with 19 sites open across the integrated north and six integrated rural testing sites.

Social distancing is key to stopping the spread of the virus, the province says.

The province is saying you may go outdoors - use your backyard, walk on your street or exercise outdoors - but only if you have no symptoms and can maintain the required social distance of two metres at all times.  You must maintain proper hand hygiene and avoid contact with shared surfaces like handrails, pedestrian crosswalk buttons and outdoor playground equipment.  Avoid all common spaces within shared accommodations like apartments and condominiums (ie. elevators, hallways) and public places where you cannot maintain this distance.