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On Thursday, Alberta Health reported 406 coronavirus cases — a pandemic-high for daily infections.
A major rodeo event will be held in Grande Prairie next month after COVID-19 restrictions forced it out of Saskatchewan.
Despite the late start, rule changes on touch points and regulations on physical distancing, Mill Woods Golf Course was one of the public courses that saw an increase across the board in almost every area.
Although the province’s top doctor believes Albertans have time to turn the COVID-19 tide, other local physicians believe it’s time to return to mandatory measures.
Premier Jason Kenney has tested negative for COVID-19 but is still self-isolating after Municipal Affairs Minister Tracy Allard tested positive Wednesday, a government spokesperson said.
Alberta Health reported 406 cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, the province’s highest daily increase to date.
There are 27 confirmed active cases of the coronavirus at the west Edmonton hospital in 15 patients and 12 staff.
Despite an increase in COVID-19 case counts, Alberta’s top medical and government officials have given the green light to Halloween activities.
The Ice Castles will not return to Edmonton’s Hawrelak Park this winter because of COVID-19.
Another Real Canadian Superstore employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
Slightly more public school families are choosing to learn online in the second quarter.
A patient death at the Misericordia Community Hospital has been linked to COVID-19 outbreaks in three separate units there.
There are now 3,203 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Alberta, with 1,607 in the Edmonton zone and 1,043 in the Calgary zone.
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