Alberta reported two more COVID-19 deaths on Thursday and 54 new cases of the disease. That brings the total number of deaths in the province to 114 and the total number of cases to 6,017.
The number of people listed as recovered was 3,809, well above the number of active cases, 2,094.
A regional breakdown of cases as of Thursday shows the impact of COVID-19 in different parts of the province.
• Calgary zone: 4,044
• South zone: 1,124
• Edmonton zone: 505
• North zone: 226
• Central zone: 94
• Unknown: 24
Under the current relaunch plan, May 14 is the earliest date that some restrictions may be lifted, allowing for the reopening of:
• Some retail businesses, such as clothing, furniture and book stores.
• Daycares and out-of-school care programs, with occupancy limits.
• All farmers' market vendors.
• Some personal services, such as hair salons and barber shops.
• Cafés, restaurants, pubs and bars, with occupancy limits and other restrictions.
• Museums and art galleries.
• Some additional outdoor recreation.
• Summer camps, with occupancy limits.
Alberta reported six more COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday, and 70 new cases of the disease.
That brings case total number of deaths to 112 and the total number of cases in the province to 5,963, with 3,552 of those listed as recovered.
The number of active cases has steadily declined over the past three days, with 2,790 on Monday, 2,568 on Tuesday and 2,299 on Wednesday.
At present, 82 people are in hospital being treated for the illness, including 19 who are in intensive-care units.
The regional breakdown on the cases as of Wednesday was:
• Calgary zone: 4,003
• South zone: 1,111
• Edmonton zone: 503
• North zone: 229
• Central zone: 91
• Unknown: 26
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