New coronavirus modelling shows improved outlook for Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is releasing new coronavirus pandemic modelling, which officials are calling an improved outlook.

SHA officials, including CEO Scott Livingstone and chief medical officer Dr. Susan Lamb, will release their new data at 2:30 p.m. CT Tuesday.

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Global News will be livestreaming the press conference.

The SHA released its initial modelling projections on April 8.

At the time, total cases ranged from 153,000 under the low-range scenario to 408,000 in the upper-range scenario.

Cumulative death totals ranged from 3,075 to 8,370.

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As of Tuesday, there were 366 total cases, 70 which were considered active.

Five people in the province have died from COVID-19.

More to come.

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