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Central Alberta

See Arlene Dickinson and support The Lending Cupboard

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From The Lending Cupboard:

The Lending Cupboard Winter Luncheon featuring Arlene Dickinson

We are gearing up for a fabulous event. With only days away tickets are available until Friday. Break up winter and join us to hear an inspirational presentation by Arlene Dickinson, experience a delicious meal choice and support a worthy charity. There will be some great draw prizes as well eg. a sneak peek of just a few include – a 2 day stay & spa retreat in Radium, Food with Friends Cook with Meg for 6, that’s Meg Tucker our very own top finalist Master Chef Canada, Calgary Flames hockey tickets & signed jersey.

The Lending Cupboard serves Central Albertans who are either temporarily or permanently physically challenged and desperately need to use equipment to help with mobility.  This year well over 10,000 Central Albertans will need The Lending Cupboard.    By attending the Winter Luncheon you are supporting parents, grandparents, family members, work colleagues… your loved ones.

Tickets for the winter luncheon are available at www.tickets.blackknightinn.ca or by calling 403-755-6626.

 

Central Alberta

43 COVID cases in Central Alberta – Updated numbers and locations (March 27 5 PM)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

Confirmed cases as of the afternoon of Friday, March 27 show 17 cases of COVID-19 in Red Deer.

Red Deer – East has 12 cases, Red Deer – South West has 4 cases, and Red Deer – North West has 1 case, for a total of 17 cases.

Including the Red Deer cases, there are 43 confirmed COVID cases in Central Alberta.  Here’s the breakdown in the rest of Central Zone.

Red Deer County – 7

Olds – 2

Innisfail – 1

Lacombe – 2

Ponoka – 1

Stettler County – 1

Wetaskiwin County – 6

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.

Here are the latest numbers from around Alberta.

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Central Alberta

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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