Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca
A healthcare worker in Clearwater County is the latest Central Albertan to come down with COVID-19. Monday’s stats from the Province of Alberta showed just one more case of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours in the Central Zone. The new case brings the total for all of Central Alberta to 89 cases. There has yet to be a single case of COVID-19 in Flagstaff and Starland Counties, as well as the Counties of Wetaskiwin and Paintearth. The Rural Municipality of Provost is also yet to see it’s first case.
One person has recovered in Red Deer meaning active cases are down to 5 in the city. Of the 89 cases in Central Alberta, 11 are active. The only fatality so far in Central Alberta was a woman in her 80’s from Camrose.
Here’s the Central Alberta breakdown. They are listed by the number of ‘active’ cases in each region.
- Red Deer City – 36 cases – 5 active
- Red Deer County – 13 cases – 2 active
- Wetaskiwin City – 8 cases – 1 active
- Mountain View County – 6 cases – 1 active
- Clearwater County – 3 cases – 1 active
- Vermilion River County – 3 cases – 1 active
- Stettler County – 3 cases – 0 active
- Lacombe County – 3 cases – 0 active
- Ponoka County – 2 cases – 0 active
- Kneehill County – 2 cases – 0 active
- Camrose City – 2 cases – 1 death – 0 active
- Lacombe City – 2 cases – 0 active
- Beaver County – 2 cases – 0 active
- City of Lloydminster – 1 case – 0 active
- Camrose County – 1 case – 0 active
- Minburn County – 1 case – 0 active
- MD of Wainwright – 1 case – 0 active
Monday saw the highest single day report of COVID fatalities as the province reported 9 new deaths. As of May 4, 104 Albertans have died from COVID-19. The chart below shows the number of people hospitalized, the number of people who’ve been hospitalized, and the fatal cases. It also notes the general age categories of those affected. Just four people younger than 60 have passed away during this pandemic.
The next table shows how healthcare workers have been affected in Alberta. As in the general cases, Central Zone has been the most fortunate so far, though one new healthcare worker was diagnosed in the last 24 hours.
The best news of the day shows up in the “day and case status” graph below. The gold line for active cases has once again dipped below the green line indicating recovered cases. That means there are currently more recovered cases than active cases in the province.
Central Alberta continues to be the least affected region in the province. Here are the numbers from each zone. Central has less than half the number of cases as the second least affected zone.
Loss of Brother to Addiction and Mental Illness Inspires Sister to Raise Money by Selling Face Masks.
Starting June 10th, until midnight Sunday, June 13th customers across Canada can help raise funds for Mental Health Organizations in their own provinces by purchasing much needed luxury cotton face masks.
Jodee Prouse, from Sylvan Lake, Alberta, co-owner of Service Mask Supply (SMS) is the provider of one of Canada’s best-selling luxury 3-layer Cotton Face Masks. She announced today that they will be donating $1.00 from every mask purchase on June 10, 11, 12 and 13th to Mental Illness Programs and Organizations in communities across Canada. “We all look forward to when we no longer need to wear face masks,” says Jodee, “and we are getting really close. I am proud that we can provide a much-needed product and at the same time allow others the opportunity to come together to raise money for Mental Health in their own communities.”
SMS is excited to announce that for 4 days this week, $1.00 from every mask will be donated to different Mental Health Organizations across Canada. Customers can place their order online, each mask is $5.00, and will ship directly to their homes or businesses. Jodee is proud of her team and orders quickly ship the next business day, leaving from their warehouse in Alberta. All monies collected will go back into each province to where the order was shipped. As an example, Alberta portion will go back to Canadian Mental Health Association Alberta Division, Manitoba to Rainbow Resource Centre and so on. This allows every Canadian the opportunity to make a difference and take part.
From the beginning, SMS had an amazingly simple business model, originally supplying schools and oilfield companies: provide comfortable and affordable masks (each is only $5.00) with patterns that make people smile. Smile. It is what Jodee and her business partner son Ryan believes we need more of right now during these unprecedented times. “My son and I, at different times in our lives, have both struggled with anxiety and depression. We lost a much-loved member of our family when our brother/uncle lost his battle with mental illness and alcoholism when he took his own life in March of 2012. He was only 39. This helped solidify our commitment to helping to eliminate the shame and stigma surrounding mental health.”
Now more than ever we want to bring communities together. And remind people they are not alone.
SMS is proud to be celebrating over 17,000 customers across Canada this week. They know that much of their success has been driven by their passionate customers, repeat business and recommendations to family, friends, and co-workers. “It fills my heart to receive not only Facebook messages and emails daily on how much they love our masks,” says Jodee, “but also the heartfelt words where strangers feel comfortable and safe enough to share some of their own mental health or addiction challenges.”
SMS has over 150 unique colors and patterns with such unique designs as sunflowers, flamingo’s, tie dye, dog lover, pretty kitties, fishing lures, butterflies, hearts, breast cancer, yoga, fine wine, pride, cupcakes and many more. Great for work, play, indoors and outdoors too with sizes for the whole family.
Learn more visit: www.servicemasksupply.ca
For more information you can email [email protected]
RCMP looking for suspect in weapons investigation after disturbance at Sylvan Lake Beach
Sylvan Lake RCMP Investigate Weapons Offences
On June 2, 2021 at approximately 8 p.m., members of the Sylvan Lake RCMP detachment responded to numerous 911 calls regarding a large disturbance involving firearms and knives in the pier area of Sylvan Lake Beach
Approximately 200 people were in close proximity to the event, and the investigation has identified a smaller group and a person of interest. Sylvan Lake RCMP are seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the subject of interest in the photographs. The subject is described as follows:
- Caucasian male
- Slim build
- Wearing red high top shoes with black laces,
- Camouflage pants,
- Red ball cap with flat brim
- Black t-shirt with a masked skull logo.
Should you have any information regarding the subject of interest, please contact the Sylvan Lake RCMP Detachment directly at 403-858-7200 or via e-mail at [email protected] or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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