Alberta's Rate Of COVID-19 Cases Is Way Higher Than Any Other Canadian Province

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Alberta COVID-19: The Province Has The Highest Case Rate In Canada

Data show that Alberta's COVID-19 case rate is far higher than any of the other provinces. 

In Alberta, there are currently 352 active COVID-19 cases for every 100,000 people. This data was updated on April 14. 

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In comparison, the next highest rate is in Ontario, with 250 cases per 100,000 people. 

Saskatchewan is next at 214 and B.C. follows with 194. 

Alberta reported 1,412 new cases on April 14 and currently has 15,569 active cases across the province. That's the second-highest case count in the country, following Ontario, where there are currently 36,808 active COVID-19 cases. 

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