3 people in their 20s have died from COVID-19 in Alberta so far, province says

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CALGARY – The province has announced nine other pandemic-related deaths in Alberta, including a woman in her 20s who resided in the southern zone. Alberta Health announced the details at the same time as it said 1,336 more cases of COVID-19 had been found in the province in the past 24 hours.

Officials said the woman had comorbidities that could have contributed to her death, but would not disclose any further details in order to protect the victim’s privacy.

There is also no information on the exact location where the woman resided in the province.

He is the third victim in his 20s in Alberta to die of the disease.

Eight other people, including three from the Calgary zone, four from the Edmonton zone, and one from the south zone also died:

  • Woman in her 60s from the Calgary area. This death is linked to an outbreak at Foothills Medical Center.

  • Male in his 90s from the Calgary area. This death is linked to an outbreak at Carewest George Boyack.

  • Male in his 60s from the Calgary area.

  • Male in his 90s from the Edmonton area. This death is linked to an epidemic at the Laurel Heights retirement residence.

  • Man in his 60s from the Edmonton area.

  • Male in his 80s from the Edmonton area.

  • Woman in her 60s from the Edmonton area.

  • Male in his sixties from the southern zone. This death is linked to an outbreak at AgeCare Sunrise Gardens.

Saturday’s developments bring the total number of deaths in Alberta to 471.

It’s a developing story and we’ll have more details when they become available …

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