Alberta Reports Record 31 COVID-19 Deaths, 989 New Cases

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Alberta reported 989 new cases of COVID-19 and a record 31 more deaths from the disease on Saturday, according to the latest update posted on the province’s website.
This brings the total number of deaths from COVID-19 to 1,272.

There are 827 people in the hospital due to the disease, 132 of whom are in intensive care. The province performed 13,540 tests on Friday.

There are 14,437 active cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, up 809 from Friday. This is the largest one-day increase in active cases since the end of November. Saturday marks two weeks of Christmas. Only 149 more people recovered from the disease, bringing the total to 94,932.

Deaths include:

December 6. A woman in her 90s linked to the outbreak at the Edmonton Chinatown Care Center in the Edmonton area.

December 6. Man in his 90s linked to the Edmonton Chinatown Care Center outbreak in the Edmonton area.

December 7. A woman in her 90s linked to the outbreak at the Edmonton Chinatown Care Center in the Edmonton area.

December 12. An 80 year old man in the Edmonton area.

December 18. An 80-year-old woman is linked to the Bethany Calgary outbreak in the Calgary area.

December 26. A man in his sixties in the central area.

· January 1st. Man in his 60s linked to the outbreak at the Miller Crossing Care Center in the Edmonton area.

January 2. An 80-year-old man is linked to the outbreak at the Miller Crossing Care Center in the Edmonton area.

January 2. An 80-year-old woman is linked to the outbreak at the Miller Crossing Care Center in the Edmonton area.

January 2. Woman in her 60s linked to the outbreak at Royal Alexandra Hospital in the Edmonton area.

January 3. Woman in her 80s linked to the outbreak at the Miller Crossing Care Center in the Edmonton area.

January 4. A woman in her 60s linked to the outbreak at the Miller Crossing Care Center in the Edmonton area.

January 5. A woman in her 60s linked to the Extendicare Michener Hill outbreak in the central area.

January 5. Woman in her 60s linked to the outbreak at the Peter Lougheed Center in the Calgary area.

January 5. An 80 year old man in the Calgary area.

January 6. An 80-year-old man is linked to the outbreak at the St. Thomas Health Center in the Edmonton area.

January 6. Woman in her 60s linked to the outbreak at the Winnifred Stewart Association group home in the Edmonton area.

January 6. An 80-year-old woman in the central area.

January 6. An 80 year old woman in the Calgary area.

January 6. An 80 year old man in the Calgary area.

January 6. A man in his 60s in the Calgary area.

January 6. A man in his 50s in the Edmonton area.

January 7. A woman in her 90s linked to the outbreak at Lifestyle Options Terra Losa in the Edmonton area.

January 7. Man in his 90s linked to the outbreak at Agecare Skypointe in the Calgary area.

January 7. Woman in her 90s linked to the outbreak at Agecare Skypointe in the Calgary area.

January 7. Man in his 90s linked to the outbreak at Agecare Skypointe in the Calgary area.

January 7. Man in his 60s linked to the outbreak at the St. Thomas Health Center in the Edmonton area.

January 7. A woman in her 90s linked to the outbreak at Lifestyle Options Whitemud in the Edmonton area.

January 8. Man in his 60s linked to the outbreak at Intercare Southwood in the Calgary area.

January 8. A 90-year-old man in the northern area.

January 8. An 80 year old man in the Calgary area.

Here is the regional distribution of active cases:

  • Calgary area: 5139
  • Zone d’Edmonton: 5696
  • North zone: 1652
  • South zone: 300
  • Central areas: 1577
  • Unknown: 73

The province has administered 42,333 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in Alberta. This represents 957.4 doses per 100,000 inhabitants.

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