Alberta reports 127 new cases, 6 more deaths on Saturday – .

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Alberta reports 127 new cases, 6 more deaths on Saturday – .


Alberta Health reported 127 new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths from the disease on Saturday.

However, the number of active cases, hospitalizations and intensive care admissions continued to decline.

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In the Calgary area, a woman in her 60s with co-morbidities, a man in his 60s without co-morbidities and a man in his 60s without co-morbidities have died.

Two people have died in the Edmonton area: a man in his 50s without co-morbidities and a man in his 70s with co-morbidities.

A woman in her sixties without comorbidity has died in the North Zone.

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Alberta has 2,170 active cases, 226,800 total recoveries and 2,289 total deaths.

Alberta Health said on Saturday that 221 people had been hospitalized, including 49 in intensive care.

As of Saturday, the Calgary zone has 1,001 active cases, the Edmonton zone has 427, the north zone has 437, the central zone has 226 and the south zone has 77. There are two cases. in unknown areas.

The new cases came from 5,055 tests, which means a provincial positivity rate of 2.5%, according to Dr Deena Hinshaw.

According to the province, 3,721,419 doses of vaccine had been administered as of June 18.

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Hinshaw said on Saturday that 70.4 percent of Albertans over the age of 12 have been vaccinated with at least one dose. More than 27 percent received two doses.


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The government on Friday extended the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine for second doses and announced that all restrictions will be lifted on July 1.

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