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Thursday , 17 June 2021

COVID-19

Stage 2 of Open for Summer Plan begins today

Alberta will take a big step today towards safely returning to normal as fitness centres, libraries and movie theatres reopen and large outdoor gatherings resume. Beginning June 10, Stage 2 of the Open for Summer Plan will take effect, two weeks after 60 per cent of Albertans age 12-plus received …

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Alberta kicks off Stage 1 of Open for Summer Plan

Albertans can now enjoy outdoor patios, haircuts and more physical activities as vaccination rates continue to climb and hospitalizations decline. The Stage 1 threshold of 50 per cent of Albertans age 12-plus having received at least one dose of vaccine was met on May 18. Together, Albertans have driven cases …

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Alberta’s Open For Summer Plan

Alberta’s government will remove provincewide health measures in three stages as vaccine targets are reached and hospitalizations decline. Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan provides a three-stage road map to lifting health restrictions and safely getting back to normal. The plan provides Albertans with a clear picture of a summer without …

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In-class learning in Alberta will resume May 25

Alberta Education has made the decision for children to return to in-class learning except for one high risk area. The announcement was made on May 19 at 2:30 p.m. on the government’s Facebook page. “I’m very happy to announce today that all students in kindergarten to grade 12 will return …

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Interactive map breaks down Alberta vaccine coverage

Albertans are now able to use an online map to see vaccine uptake in their communities. According to a Alberta government news release, “Building on Alberta’s commitment to provide robust information to Albertans related to COVID-19 in our province, a new online map will break down vaccine coverage by local …

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Premier Kenney says there are 186 COVID-19 patients in the ICU

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and health officials provided a COVID-19 update this afternoon. Kenney, along with chief medical health officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw and Alberta Health Services CEO Dr. Verna Yiu, spoke to the media at 1:00 p.m. “I saw a message recently that read, it shouldn’t have to happen …

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