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Central Alberta’s 16th COVID death, 33 people in Central Alberta Hospitals – Mike York Update


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Unfortunately, another death due to Covid in the zone. The fifth in total and the fourth in succession in the city of Camrose. A gentleman in his 80’s has succumbed to the virus. It is the 16th death from Corona virus in the Central Zone since the beginning of the pandemic. Along with the aforementioned 5 from Camrose there have been 4 deaths in the Drumheller area of the zone, 2 from the Wainwright region, and 1 death in each of the area’s of Flagstaff county, Two Hills, Ponoka county, Vermillion and Wetaskiwin.
Now the numbers –
Single day records for new cases were set by both the Central Zone and the city of Red Deer.
The Central Zone had a whopping 190 new positive cases reported today as well as 52 new recoveries. The zone now hosts 1238 active cases of the virus. There are currently 33 individuals in hospitals throughout the zone with 5 of those in Intensive Care.
The city of Red Deer unfortunately had higher numbers as well. There were 55 new cases reported since yesterday’s report and 10 recoveries. We now have 236 active cases in the city.
Here now is a breakdown of the Covid-19 numbers for both the Central Zone and the city of Red Deer from September 1st up until today. (The last 3 months)
These numbers are quite concerning, please do your part and encourage everyone in your circle of family and friends to be considerate of others. Try to adhere to the safety guidelines put forth by Alberta Health and this serious increase of daily cases should dissipate.
Cheers everyone.

-Moved to Red Deer in the fall of 1972. -Worked with developmentally challenged at Michener Centre for 11 years. -Part of the business community for 30 years running restaurants, and courier services. -Father of 4 children -Currently work at Leon's Furniture in Red Deer (6 years)

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Someone is going to win more than a quarter million dollars – One day challenge to support Child Advocacy Centre!

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Central Alberta COVID cases fall below 1,000 – Mike York Update

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The AHS Covid-19 report for Wednesday January 20, 2021 is as follows.
Firstly, Alberta had a slight increase in new cases reported today with 669. There were also 996 recoveries so it’s good to see the recoveries still surpassing the new cases!
In the Central Zone, 48 new cases and 148 recoveries reported today.
There was one more death recorded as well.
The number of active cases has now declined to under 1000.(949)
There are now 59 people in hospital of which 10 are in ICU.
In the city of Red Deer, just 9 new cases reported today along with 14 recoveries.
The cities current active cases have now dropped to 166.
We have currently 14 people in RDRH with the virus, 10 in the ICU.
Cheers to you all.
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