Four New Presumptive Positive Cases Of COVID-19 In Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan government is reporting four new presumptive cases of COVID-19 in the province.
Two people from Regina who live in the same house were tested on Friday after one attended a dental conference in Vancouver, where an attendee was confirmed to have novel coronavirus.
A third Regina resident in their 20s who travelled to Tennessee has also been tested and a fourth person in an undisclosed northern Saskatchewan community who travelled to Nigeria, Germany and Alberta.
All four individuals have tested as presumptive positive and are in self-isolation.

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