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Just 2 more cases of COVID in Central Alberta in the last 24 hours (March 26)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

Confirmed cases as of the afternoon of Thursday, March 26

16 cases of COVID-19 in Red Deer.  That’s holding steady in the last 24 hours!   Great news.

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

Including the 16 Red Deer cases, there are now 37 confirmed COVID cases in Central Alberta.  It’s interesting to note that thus far there are still no cases in large communities such as Rocky Mountain House and Sylvan Lake.

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 – 6

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 the entire province.   Of the 67 new cases in the last 24 hours, 50 are in the Calgary zone.

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Central Alberta

2 Red Deer people have recovered from COVID-19 – Central Alberta update (March 29)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

The number of confirmed cases as of Sunday, March 29 show 46 cases of COVID-19 in Central Alberta.

For the first time the number of cases in Red Deer has actually gone down over the previous 24 hours, meaning 2 people (from Red Deer – East) have recovered.

Red Deer has 17 cases of COVID-19.

  • Red Deer – East has 12
  • Red Deer – South West has 4
  • Red Deer – North West has 1

Here’s the breakdown in the Central Zone.

  • Red Deer – 17
  • Red Deer County – 7
  • Olds – 2
  • Innisfail – 1
  • Lacombe – 2
  • Ponoka – 1
  • Stettler County – 1
  • Three Hills / Highway 21 – 1
  • Wetaskiwin County – 8
  • Camrose & County – 2
  • Tofield – 1
  • Vegreville / Winburn County – 1
  • Vermilion River County – 2

 

 

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.

And below you can see the latest numbers from all regions of Alberta

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Central Alberta

48 COVID cases in Central Alberta – Updated numbers and locations (March 28, 5PM)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

Confirmed cases as of the afternoon of Saturday, March 28 show 48 cases of COVID-19 in Central Alberta.  There are 2 more cases in Red Deer, 2 more cases in the Wetaskiwin area, and the Three Hills area has now seen it’s first case.  Here’s the breakdown in the Central Zone.

  • Red Deer – 19
  • Red Deer County – 7
  • Olds – 2
  • Innisfail – 1
  • Lacombe – 2
  • Ponoka – 1
  • Stettler County – 1
  • Three Hills / Highway 21 – 1
  • Wetaskiwin County – 8
  • Camrose & County – 2
  • Tofield – 1
  • Vegreville / Winburn County – 1
  • Vermilion River County – 2

Red Deer has 19 cases of COVID-19.

  • Red Deer – East has 14
  • Red Deer – South West has 4
  • Red Deer – North West has 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.

And below you can see the latest numbers from all regions of Alberta

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