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Airdrie reaches 240 active COVID-19 cases

Airdrie reaches 240 active COVID-19 cases

The rise in cases continues as Airdrie reported 240 active as of April 14, up 25 from April 11.
Active COVID-19 infections above 200 in Airdrie as variants make up majority of provincial cases

Active COVID-19 infections above 200 in Airdrie as variants make up majority of provincial cases

As COVID-19 cases across the province continue to rise, Airdrie has reported 215 active cases as of April 11, up 33 from April 9.
Airdrie reporting 182 active COVID-19 cases as variants continue to escalate provincewide

Airdrie reporting 182 active COVID-19 cases as variants continue to escalate provincewide

After weeks of increases, Airdrie's active number of COVID-19 cases fell by seven from April 4 to 9, with the city reporting 182 active cases as of today. A daily COVID-19 update page on Airdrie.
Airdrie's active COVID-19 cases rise over long weekend, now 189

Airdrie's active COVID-19 cases rise over long weekend, now 189

As the Easter long weekend came to a close, Airdrie reported 189 active COVID-19 cases as of April 4, up 31 since April 2.
Athabasca case rate highest in Alberta by far

Athabasca case rate highest in Alberta by far

As COVID numbers rise, mayors, reeve and MLA ask for patience and cooperation
Picking up masks can bring all Albertans together

Picking up masks can bring all Albertans together

Organizer urges everyone to support the grassroots campaign, and reduce mask pollution
Kenney pleas for COVID-19 compliance

Kenney pleas for COVID-19 compliance

“All of our leading indicators are telling us now that we are in a significant new wave of COVID-19."
Airdrie reports 158 active COVID-19 cases, Kenney urges compliance of health measures over Easter holiday

Airdrie reports 158 active COVID-19 cases, Kenney urges compliance of health measures over Easter holiday

As the long Easter weekend kicks off and Premier Jason Kenney urges Albertans to avoid indoor gatherings and follow public health orders, Airdrie has reported another growth in COVID-19 cases.
Several bars, restaurants voluntarily suspend in-person dining as COVID-19 cases increase

Several bars, restaurants voluntarily suspend in-person dining as COVID-19 cases increase

At least seven restaurants and bars in Canmore took the precautionary measure to close, or stop in-person dining, to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Only a few reported a confirmed case, while others cited contact tracing as part of the reason for their decision.
Rise in COVID-19 variants a 'wake-up call' but no lockdown coming: Alberta premier

Rise in COVID-19 variants a 'wake-up call' but no lockdown coming: Alberta premier

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says rising cases of more contagious COVID-19 variants should be a "wake-up call" but his government won't impose harsh measures such as curfews or stay-at-home orders.