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16 COVID cases in Red Deer. 35 in Central Alberta zone. (March 25-26)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

Confirmed cases as of the afternoon of Wednesday, March 25 show 16 cases of COVID-19 in Red Deer.

Red Deer – East has 11 cases, Red Deer – South West has 4 cases, and Red Deer – North West has 1 case.

Including the Red Deer cases, there are 35 confirmed COVID cases in Central Alberta.  Here’s the breakdown in the rest of Central Zone.

Red Deer County – 5

Olds – 2

Innisfail – 1

Lacombe – 2

Stettler County – 1

Wetaskiwin County – 4

Camrose & County – 2

Vegreville / Winburn County – 1

Vermilion River County – 1

 

 

 

In this graph we can see there are still no COVID-19 cases in people younger than 20 years old in Central Alberta.  There could be young people carrying the virus, but none have been tested and confirmed positive.

Here are the numbers from around the province.

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COVID-19 downward trend in Alberta continues – Central Alberta well below 200 cases

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Covid-19 cases in Alberta are on a downward trend over the last few days.  There are 186 active cases in Central Alberta.  91 people have been diagnosed in the last week (July 30-August 5).

 

Beaver County at 65 and Starland County at 59 still account for the majority of Central Alberta’s 186 cases.  Here’s the Central Alberta breakdown in cases including municipalities with no cases at all.

Central Alberta Communities – Active Cases
  1. Beaver County – 65
  2. Starland County – 59
  3. Red Deer – 10
  4. MD of Wainwright – 7
  5. Flagstaff County – 6
  6. Settler County – 5
  7. Drumheller – 5
  8. Lacombe County – 5
  9. Kneehill County – 4
  10. Paintearth County – 5
  11. Red Deer County – 4
  12. Vermillion River County – 3
  13. Special Areas 2 – 3
  14. Camrose – 2
  15. Sylvan Lake – 2
  16. Lacombe – 1
  17. Mountain View County – 1
  18. Camrose County – 1
  19. Provost County – 1
  20. Clearwater County – 0
  21. Wetaskiwin – 0
  22. Olds – 0
  23. Ponoka County – 0
  24. Two Hills County – 0
  25. Wetaskiwin County- 0
  26. Minburn County – 0
  27. Special Areas 4 – 0

In the City of Red Deer there are 10 active cases.  3 in “North” Red Deer, 2 in “South-West” Red Deer, and 5 in Red Deer – East.

Here are the total number of cases for the entire province including all the recoveries.

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Central Alberta sees Covid-19 outbreaks in Beaver County (67) and Starland County (63)

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Covid-19 cases in Alberta are on a downward trend over the last few days.  There are 211 active cases in Central Alberta.  157 of those cases came up in the last week.

With 14 more positives diagnosed in the last 24 hours, there are now 145 active COVID-19 cases in Central Alberta. 106 people have been diagnosed in the last week (July 14-20).

In Central Alberta two rural counties have by far the most cases.  Beaver County at 67 and Starland County at 63 account for 130 of the 211 total cases.  Here’s the Central Alberta breakdown in cases including municipalities with no cases at all.

Central Alberta Communities – Active Cases
  1. Beaver County – 67
  2. Starland County – 63
  3. Settler County – 12
  4. Red Deer – 10
  5. MD of Wainwright – 8
  6. Kneehill County – 7
  7. Lacombe County – 7
  8. Flagstaff County – 6
  9. Paintearth County – 5
  10. Red Deer County – 5
  11. Drumheller – 5
  12. Special Areas 2 – 4
  13. Vermillion River County – 3
  14. Sylvan Lake – 2
  15. Lacombe – 2
  16. Camrose – 2
  17. Camrose County – 2
  18. Clearwater County – 2
  19. Mountain View County – 1
  20. Wetaskiwin – 1
  21. Olds – 1
  22. Provost County – 1
  23. Ponoka County – 0
  24. Two Hills County – 0
  25. Wetaskiwin County- 0
  26. Minburn County – 0
  27. Special Areas 4 – 0

In the City of Red Deer there are 10 active cases.  3 in “North” Red Deer, 2 in “West” Red Deer, and 5 in Red Deer – East.

Three people have died from COVID-19 in Central Alberta.  Early on in the pandemic someone over 80 years old from Camrose died.  In more recent days 2 senior citizens have passed away.  One was from the County of Two Hills, and the other was from the Wainright area.

Here are the total number of cases for the entire province including all the recoveries.

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