EDMONTON -- There have been a total of 968 positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reported in Alberta so far.

CTV News Edmonton will be updating the following list as we learn of further developments.

Here is what we know so far.

BREAKDOWN BY DATE AND LOCATION

 

HOW ARE COVID-19 CASES BEING SPREAD?

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

The seven cases announced on March 10 were all travel related, the province said. The Edmonton-zone man in his 70s and the Edmonton-zone woman in her 60s travelled together. Those seven people recently returned from countries including France, the Netherlands, Egypt, Iran, Taiwan, Germany, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, the Philippines and the United States.

Eight of the new cases announced on March 14 were related to international travel. The remaining two cases were still being investigated. The province continues to recommend against international travel and asks returning Albertans to self-isolate for 14 days.

The government confirmed on March 15 that two of the new cases were acquired through community transmission.

The province cancelled all K-12 classes and all in-person post-secondary classes until further notice. Licensed child care facilities and preschool programs were also closed indefinitely. 

Places of worship are no longer exempt from the restrictions on gatherings of more than 250 people.