The number of new COVID-19 cases, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, has edged up in Saskatchewan.
The province reported 14 new confirmed cases on Wednesday, bringing the total to 86 since the first presumptive case was reported on March 12.
Four people have now been hospitalized.
Officials said four of the new cases are the result of local transmission, with the remaining new cases travel-related.
Two of the newest cases involve patients 19 years of age and under, bringing the total in that age group to four.
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