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Within a week, all Albertans aged 12 and older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
Alberta reported 1,743 COVID-19 cases and a positivity rate of 12.4 per cent on Tuesday.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced more COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday evening.
Jason Kenney pleaded for Albertans to follow the COVID-19 public health restrictions in place as the province reported 2,012 new cases, including 1,900 variant infections.
Alberta expanded its COVID-19 vaccine eligibility list on Monday to add teachers, school support staff and child-care workers.
The trial of an Alberta pastor accused of not following public health orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19 is to begin today.
COVID-19 hot spots in a Rocky Mountain tourist town and northeastern Alberta's oilsands hub want more details from the provincial government before deciding to request curfews.
The province opened booking for the rest of Phase 2C, which includes health workers not vaccinated in previous rounds, and Phase 2D.
Alberta's pediatricians are urging Premier Jason Kenney to immediately bring in new public-health measures to better protect children from COVID-19.
Alberta is bringing in more restrictions in COVID-19 hotspots as the province marked three pandemic highs on Thursday.
Alberta unions are calling on the province to recognize the danger of COVID-19 in workplaces.
Alberta reported its fifth-highest daily case increase of the pandemic Wednesday.
Rapid testing is now being offered at up to 300 Alberta schools including in Edmonton.
Albertans 30 and older who live in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and Banff will soon be eligible to get the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
A dedicated group is helping people navigate the sometimes confusing process of getting a COVID-19 vaccine in Alberta.
Surgical capacity will be reduced by 30 per cent in the Edmonton, Calgary and North medical zones for the next two weeks due to rising COVID-19 numbers, says Alberta Health Services.
The pandemic's third wave is driving up the number of COVID-19 patients in Alberta's hospitals and intensive care units.
Fourteen months into the COVID-19 pandemic and in the middle of a third wave, Alberta's top doctor said the province is "still heading in the wrong direction."
Without a hockey game for a few days to challenge each other, the mayors of Alberta's largest cities have entered a COVID-19 Battle of Alberta.
Alberta added 1,495 COVID-19 cases on Monday as hospitalizations and ICU admissions continue to spike.
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