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You can see active cases by local health area on the following interactive map. Scroll, zoom and click on the map for more information:.

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Note the latest daily count of new cases in the above chart will usually vary sl ightly from the net new cases Alberta Health announces each day. For more on why. Here is the detailed regional breakdown of active cases as reported by the province on Thursday. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments.

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We reserve the right to close comments at any time. the conversation Create. Already have an ? Social Sharing. There have been two new deaths. A total of 2, Albertans have died. Of those, 26 are in intensive care units.

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While COVID hospitalizations have continued to decline, the province is experiencing an uptick in daily case counts, active cases and positivity rate. The new cases were detected out of 6, tests, with a positivity rate around 1. There are now active cases of COVID across the province, an increase of 27 from the day.

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The rate at which COVID cases spread from one person to the next is once again rising in the province. As of last week, Alberta's provincewide R-value was 0.

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It was even higher in Edmonton, at 0. Public health officials have reported the first cases of the C. Both were travel-related. Vaccine hesitancy, rising R-value mean Alberta can't let up on pandemic fight, expert says A clinic on wheels: Mobile vaccination service launches in Alberta Alberta Health Services closing rapid-flow immunization clinics in Edmonton, Calgary U of C vaccine hesitancy guide gives doctors facts for struggling patients Public health experts concerned by Alberta premier's claim that pandemic is over Alberta reports 81 new cases of COVID, no new deaths Businesses in U.

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