As Alberta's COVID-19 numbers continue to climb, #WhereIsKenney has started trending on Twitter as locals demand action from the premier. 

Thousands of tweets have been posted that share the current case counts in the province with the hashtag asking where Jason Kenney is amidst the uptick. 

Gil McGowan, President of the Alberta Federation of Labour, even compared Kenney to Trump in his tweet

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8,177  #WhereIsKenney tweets

Famous hockey player and Olympian, Hayley Wickenheiser posted as well, saying she is "extremely worried." 

Several politicians from the opposition threw their opinions out there including MLA Joe Ceci and party leader Rachel Notley

Alberta has a total of 12,195 COVID-19 cases at the time of publication. Of that total, 1,584 new ones were reported on Sunday, November 22. 

While some restrictions have been added, the province has yet to lockdown like B.C. or parts of Ontario; Sunday's case count was the highest in Canada

Dr. Deena Hinshaw is set to address the public on Monday afternoon.