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Can children still play sports after the latest round of COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta? The answer is yes, but there are a number of rules to follow.
Alberta on Friday reported 1,521 cases of COVID-19 and a positivity rate of 9.9 per cent.
Doctors are urging the province to do more to slow the spread of COVID-19 in classrooms as data shows a spike in active cases among school-aged children.
Imagine Van Gogh is now scheduled to run from June 2 until July 4.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is drawing a line in the sand for 18 of his backbenchers who are openly criticizing public-health restrictions meant to face down COVID-19.
Forty-five per cent of Alberta's 12,187 COVID-19 cases are variant infections after the province added another 717.
An Edmonton festival producer believes the premier's prediction this could be the "best summer in Alberta's history" is premature considering the current state of the worldwide pandemic.
Alberta is reverting to Step 1 of restrictions and will shut down indoor dining as cases of the COVID-19 variants of concern increase across the province.
Test positivity sharply increased Monday at 9.89 per cent, the fourth highest value of the pandemic.
It's the first time the province has announced over a thousand new cases since Jan.8
Cases have risen sharply in Alberta in recent weeks as variants continue to spread, pushing hospitalizations above the reopening threshold.
The Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has launched a new program to provide rapid COVID-19 testing to front-line airport staff.
The number of active variant cases has grown from just over 500 to more than 2,000 in less than two weeks.
Nearly a million more Albertans can book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment Tuesday.
Alberta joined other provinces in pausing its use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine those under the age of 55 on Monday as the province reported 545 new cases.
An Edmonton company is making it easier for drivers to keep their gas tanks topped up.
Alberta on Thursday reported 764 new cases of COVID-19, including 191 infections of the variants of concern.
Alberta reported more than 200 cases of the variants of concern on Wednesday — the highest one-day increase to date.
Alberta reported 465 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, including 197 new variant cases.
Alberta leads the country in COVID-19 cases caused by more transmissible and more dangerous variant strains. A fact that has one of the province's former chief medical health officers saying a 'third wave' could be just around the corner.
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