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Alberta's Active COVID-19 Cases Are Over 1,000 & Hundreds Of New Cases Have Been Reported

Nearly 400 new cases have been reported in the past three days.

On Monday, July 26, Dr. Deena Hinshaw provided an Alberta COVID-19 update via Twitter.

The chief medical officer of health noted that there had been 151 new cases identified on July 23, 142 on July 24, and 94 on July 25. In total, 387 new cases were recorded over the three-day span.

Alberta COVID-19 Update Shows Over 1,000 Active Cases In The Province Government of Alberta

According to the most recent provincial data, there are currently 1,083 active cases in the province.* Of those cases, 83 are in the hospital; of the 83, 21 are in intensive care.

In the update, Hinshaw said that "75.4% of eligible Albertans have received their 1st doses & 63.4% have received both doses." She thanked Albertans for doing their part.

The majority of active COVID-19 cases in Alberta are in the Calgary zone.*

This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

*This article has been updated.

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