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Alberta reported one more COVID-19 death on Thursday and 50 news cases of the disease.
The death, a resident at a continuing care facility in Calgary, brings the total number of deaths to 121.
There are 1,131 active cases in the province, while 5,205 people have recovered.
Laboratories conducted 4,816 tests over the past 24 hours, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, the province's chief medical officer of health, said at a news conference held on the first day of staged relaunch of the province.
On Thursday, 65 people were in hospital, 10 of them in intensive care.
The breakdown of cases by region was:
• Calgary zone: 4,414
• Edmonton zone: 516
• South zone: 1,174
• North zone: 228
• Central zone: 97
• Unknown: 28
The breakdown of active cases by region on Thursday was:
• Calgary zone: 915 active cases
• South zone: 113 active cases
• Edmonton zone: 63 active cases
• North zone: 20 active cases
• Central zone: 11 active cases
• Unknown: 9 active cases
阿省重启计划：In Stage 1, retail stores, hair salons, museums, daycares and day camps are allowed to open, with restrictions, and people can dine in restaurants and cafes, with seating limited to 50 per cent capacity.
"If you are a business owner, please know that you have flexibility in choosing the right time to open," Hinshaw said. "And you must feel confident that you are reopening at a time that is safe for you, your staff and your patrons."
As more people leave their homes to go to stores and restaurants, shopping malls and museums, physical distancing might not always be possible, Hinshaw said.
"Wearing non-medical masks can help limit your exposure and protect those around you," she said. "Remember, even if you are feeling fine and showing no signs of symptoms, you may still be able to transmit the virus to others if you have been exposed.
Wearing a mask in public settings is a useful measure to protect other people, she said, and can keep respiratory drops from contaminating surfaces and objects.
"Let me be clear, wearing a mask does not replace other important measures," Hinshaw said. "If you are showing any COVID-related symptoms you must still isolate. Other measures, such as physical distancing whenever feasible, frequent hand-washing, and covering any coughs or sneezes, are still essential.
"Think of masks as that last line of defence in the event other measures are not possible."
Hinshaw encouraged Albertans to review guidance online on how to wear and care for non-medical masks, and instructions on how to make cloth masks.
"I strongly encourage you to review these guidelines and to think about where in your daily routines you might be able to adopt the use of masks. Taking public transit to and from work, or stocking up on groceries are a few examples.
"Please consider mask usage in any public situation to limit the risk to those around you."