- There are presently 5,384 actual cases of COVID-19 in Alberta.
- Alberta recorded 383 fresh cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.
Alberta records fresh new cases on Thursday:
Alberta recorded 383 fresh cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and five more numerous losses linked to the disease.
The new cases were identified through 8,948 performed inspections, with a positivity rate of about 4.34 per cent.
The five further deaths make the total figure of deaths associated with COVID-19 in Alberta to 3,209.
Hospitalizations and ICU admissions from COVID-19 continue to decrease.
There is now 498 person in the hospital being administered for COVID-19, nearly 18 less than the prior day’s update. Involved in that number are 94 victims in intense care.
Fresh cases of COVID-19 also continue to decline. There are now 5,384 fresh cases of COVID-19 in Alberta.
Here is now active cases break-down regionally:
- Calgary zone: 1,817
- Edmonton zone: 1,180
- North zone: 1,055
- Central zone: 861
- South zone: 468
- Unknown: 3
As of the region’s newest updates, about 82.7 per cent of the region’s available people are completely vaccinated versus COVID-19 or around 70.4 per cent of the region’s whole population.
According to the CBC’s vaccine tracker, the nationwide average for the entire population completely vaccinated is about 75 per cent.