EDMONTON -- The Alberta government says the distribution of non-medical masks at drive-thrus was a "huge success," prompting another phase in July.

The province distributed approximately 14 million free masks at A&W, McDonald's and Tim Hortons drive-thrus, and another six million at places that included transit stations, First Nations and Metis Settlements and long-term care facilities.

"No other province in Canada has accomplished such a feat," Health Minister Tyler Shandro said.

"We will continue to support Albertans as we move through stage two of relaunch, and people continue to get back to work."

There was a limit of 10 packs per person handed out on the honour system, but some Albertans said they received more than they asked for.

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The government will distribute another 20 million masks in July. Details of where they will be available will be released in the coming weeks.