Six new cases of COVID-19 in Grande Prairie, seven recoveries


Active cases in the city of Grande Prairie have declined by one in the past 24 hours (Photo: Government of Alberta)
By Shaun Penner COVID-19 UPDATE: October 29

29 oct.2020 15:47

The city of Grande Prairie added six new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, while there were 477 new cases in Alberta on October 28.

There were also seven other recoveries on Wednesday, bringing the city’s total active cases to 92. Grande Prairie County also added two new cases while reporting three recoveries, where there are now 18 active cases.

The updated totals of cases among municipalities in the Peace Region at the end of the day on October 28 are as follows:

  • City of Grande Prairie: 261 cases (92 active, 167 cured, two deaths)
  • Grande Prairie County: 90 cases (18 active, 72 cured)
  • MD from Greenview: 23 cases (six active, 16 cured, one death)
  • Birch Hills County: five cases (all recovered)
  • Spirit River MD: 27 cases (six active, 21 recovered)
  • Saddle Hills County: four cases (one active, three cured)
  • Smoky River DM: 76 cases (one active, 65 cured, ten deaths)
  • Big Lakes County: 53 cases (one active, 47 cured, five deaths)
  • Lesser Slave River DM: 23 cases (four active, 18 cured, one death)
  • MD of Peace: 36 cases (eight active, 28 cured)
  • Fairview MD: 17 cases (one active, 16 recovered)
  • Clear Hills County: 96 cases (two active, 93 cured, one death)
  • Northern Sunrise County: nine cases (all recovered)
  • Northern Lights County: 59 cases (one active, 58 recovered)
  • Mackenzie County: 414 cases (six active, 395 cured, 13 deaths)


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