The province has seen a fourth COVID-19-related death, as announced by the Saskatchewan Health Authority Saturday afternoon.

The SHA's daily updated noted that the individual was in their 60s, and passed away in Regina.

Elsewhere in the update, the total number of confirmed cases is now up to 289 with the addition of four more, plus the confirmation of Friday's presumptive case.

However, 11 more recoveries have been documented, marking 147 overall.

That puts the number of active cases at 138.

Of those 289 cases, 126 are travel-related, 106 are linked to community contact/mass gatherings, 35 are still under investigation, while 22 have unknown sources of exposure.

There are also still 15 reported cases in the south region of the province - the same total since April 5.

Graphic courtesy of the Government of Saskatchewan

There are also 126 cases in persons aged 20-44, 96 in the 45-64 range, 49 in the 65-plus range, and 18 in residents 19-and-under.

The number of health care workers that have contracted the virus stayed at 30 as well, though once again, the SHA notes that the source of those infections may not be related to the work place.

The total number of tests performed around the province is now up to 18,448.