69 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Alberta, 3 more deaths
EDMONTON -- The province of Alberta said on Sunday that there are another 69 cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 1,250.
There were also three more COVID-19 deaths reported, bringing the total to 23.
Of the three people who died, one is a man in the Calgary zone in this 60s, one is a woman in the central zone in her 80s, and one is a man in the north zone who was over 100.
The case breakdowns in Alberta are as follows:
- 774 cases in the Calgary zone
- 309 cases in the Edmonton zone
- 67 cases in the Central zone
- 77 cases in the North zone
- 20 cases in the South zone
- Three cases in zones yet to be confirmed
There were 698 tests done in the last 24 hours.
Of the total cases, 152 are believed to be community spread.
There have also been 279 recoveries.
The government did not hold a press conference to update the numbers on Sunday. Press conferences will resume Monday.