COVID-19: Edmonton home to vast majority of new cases reported Wednesday

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Northeastern Edmonton currently has the highest number of cases in the city, with 114 active. Edmonton-Castledowns and Edmonton-Woodcroft East join the northeast as areas of the city currently on the province’s watch list. Areas of Alberta that have at least 10 cases and more than 50 cases per 100,000 people are placed under that classification.

“Ultimately the goal of my office is to work with local public health who have the best eye on the ground with respect to the patterns of cases they’re seeing, and to work with the local municipality,” said Hinshaw. “And if there were some additional measures that needed to be taken, they could be considered. But we’re not at that point yet.”

The Calgary zone has the second-highest number of active cases, with 312. Northern Alberta has 111 and central Alberta has 92. There are 55 active cases in the south zone and four active cases with an unknown location.

There have been 11,893 confirmed cases in Alberta with 10,632 people having recovered. One additional death was reported by the province Wednesday, bringing the total to 217.

There are 50 people in Alberta hospitals with COVID-19, 13 of whom are in intensive care.

Provincial labs have completed 785,361 tests on 641,870 people. Hinshaw said one in seven Albertans have been tested.

On Wednesday, Hinshaw recommended all teachers and school staff get tested before the school year starts, even if they do not have symptoms. She said they should also be tested regularly throughout the year.


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