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More than half of eligible Albertans 12 years old or older have received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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COVID-19: More than half of eligible Albertans now fully vaccinated | Calgary Herald

Some 1.9 million Albertans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, meaning more than half of the province's eligible population is as protected from the disease as they can be.Some 1.9 million Albertans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, meaning more than half of the province's eligible population is as protected from the disease as they can be.

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Alberta reported just 67 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday as well as the first two cases of the C.37 coronavirus variant.Alberta reported just 67 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday as well as the first two cases of the C.37 coronavirus variant.

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(ANNews) – About half of Albertans say they know little about Canada’s residential schools system, while 20 per cent say they know nothing at all, according to a new national poll conducted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CCRF), the Assembly of First Nations and Abacus Data, placing the Alberta government’s draft K-6 curriculum under heightened scrutiny for its lack of meaningful Indigenous content. “The most difficult thing to watch in our communities is the continuous effects of res(ANNews) – About half of Albertans say they know little about Canada’s residential schools system, while 20 per cent say they know nothing at all, according to a new national poll conducted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CCRF), the Assembly of First Nations and Abacus Data, placing the Alberta government’s draft K-6 curriculum under heightened scrutiny for its lack of meaningful Indigenous content. “The most difficult thing to watch in our communities is the continuous effects of res

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COVID-19 Update: 67 new cases | More than 1.9 million Albertans fully vaccinated | Calgary Herald

The provincial and municipal COVID-19 protocols have paid off, as Fort Saskatchewan reported zero cases of the virus this week.

COVID-19: 0 cases in the Fort, stage 3 of reopening to launch | Fort Saskatchewan Record

Surgery volumes exceed pre-pandemic levels Alberta is now exceeding 100 per cent capacity for surgical volumes and is leading the country in eliminatingSurgery volumes exceed pre-pandemic levels Alberta is now exceeding 100 per cent capacity for surgical volumes and is leading the country in eliminating the COVID-19 surgical backlog. While all pro…

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More than 50 per cent of Albertans ages 12 and older are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.More than 50 per cent of Albertans ages 12 and older are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Alberta is projected to add roughly 1.9 million residents over the next 26 years, reaching almost 6.4 million people by the year 2046.Alberta is projected to add roughly 1.9 million residents over the next 26 years, reaching almost 6.4 million people by the year 2046.

Alberta's population expected to reach 6.4M residents by 2046 - 660 NEWS

Alberta reported 33 new cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths on Tuesday, marking more than two weeks since the province last saw new daily case counts in three…

COVID-19: 33 new cases reported in Alberta Tuesday | Edmonton Journal

COVID-19: 33 new cases reported in Alberta Tuesday | Edmonton Journal

Active COVID-19 infections now sit at 763 in Alberta, with 33 new cases reported on Tuesday. There are 138 hospitalizations due to the virus.Active COVID-19 infections now sit at 763 in Alberta, with 33 new cases reported on Tuesday. There are 138 hospitalizations due to the virus.

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The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern): 7:33 p.m. Yukon is reporting another 10 cases of COVID-19, bringing its active cases to 147. A statement from chief medical officer of health Dr.The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern): 7:33 p.m. Yukon is reporting another 10 cases of COVID-19, bringing its active cases to 147. A statement from chief medical officer of health Dr.

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A 3rd annual province-wide dining festival kicks off next monthA 3rd annual province-wide dining festival kicks off next month

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Local vaccine uptake remains strong amid declining active COVID-19 cases.

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According to a Government of Alberta news release, Alberta is leading the country in second COVID-19 vaccine shots. As of Wednesday, July 7, 50.7 per cent of eligible Albertans have received both doses of vaccine. The provincial government thanked AHS, participating pharmacies, and select physicians' offices for administering 4.6 million shots of vaccine. To date, 73.6 per cent of the provincial population have received one dose of the COVID vaccine. There were 67 new cases reported in the past 24 hours with a positivity rate of .012 per cent. There are 140 people in the hospital which is an increase of two and there are 30 in ICU, a decrease of two. The province now has 745 active cases. The death toll due to COVID-19 in the province is 2,307. Cochrane remains at eight active cases as does Rocky View County.

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There are 745 active COVID-19 infections in Alberta, and health officials announced that 50.7% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated.There are 745 active COVID-19 infections in Alberta, and health officials announced that 50.7% of the eligible population is fully vaccinated.

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Over 4.6 million doses of vaccine have been administered in the province which breaks down to 73.5 per cent of the province have received one dose of COVID vaccine and 49.6 per cent of Albertans are now fully immunized with two doses. The COVID-19 numbers for Tuesday, July 6 are as follows: There are now 763 active cases of COVID-19 in the province. There were 33 new cases reported in the past 24 hours with a positivity rate of .075 per cent. There are 138 people in the hospital with 32 in ICU. Cochrane added another case for a total of eight active cases while Rocky View County also increased by one for a total of nine.

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BRITAIN today recorded 32,548 daily Covid cases - the highest figure since January.Deaths have increased by 33, bringing the total to 128,301.🔵 ReaBRITAIN today recorded 32,548 daily Covid cases – the highest figure since January. Deaths have increased by 33, bringing the total to 128,301. 🔵 Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest…

UK Covid cases double in two weeks with 32,548 infections - the highest since JANUARY - with 33 deaths

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The City of Airdrie stands at six active COVID-19 cases as of July 6. Few new cases have arose in recent days, as provincially mandated restrictions have ended and vaccination rates continue to grow.Read the full story and comment on AirdrieToday.com

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2.8 million Albertans ‘have done the right thing,’ said Premier Kenney2.8 million Albertans ‘have done the right thing,’ said Premier Kenney

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COVID-19 update for July 5, 2021 Active cases: Medicine Hat: Five active cases Cypress County: Zero active cases Brooks: One active case County of Forty Mile No. 8: Zero active cases County of Newell: Three active cases Lethbridge: Six active cases In the past 24 hours, 44 new cases of COVID-19 were identified for a

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Active cases of COVID-19, hospitalizations and intensive care admissions in Alberta continue to decline. Active cases of COVID-19, hospitalizations and intensive care admissions in Alberta continue to decline. 

Active cases of COVID-19, related hospitalizations continue to decline in Alberta | Globalnews.ca

Alberta found 44 additional COVID-19 cases on Monday, making it over two weeks straight that less than 100 new daily cases have been reported.Alberta found 44 additional COVID-19 cases on Monday, making it over two weeks straight that less than 100 new daily cases have been reported.

Alberta reports 15th straight day of fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases | News

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Alberta continue to decline, sitting below 900 for the first time since about this time last year.

Alberta's active COVID-19 cases below 900 for the first time since July 2020 | Edmonton Journal

Alberta's active COVID-19 cases below 900 for the first time since July 2020 | Edmonton Journal

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Alberta reported 33 new cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths on Tuesday, marking more than two weeks since the province last saw new daily case counts in three…

COVID-19: 33 new cases reported in Alberta Tuesday | Edmonton Sun

COVID-19: 33 new cases reported in Alberta Tuesday | Edmonton Sun