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Airdrie COVID-19 cases surpass 300 again, second death recorded.

Airdrie's case-rate per 100,000 population has soared once again as Airdries active cases have risen back to over 300.

A second Airdrie resident has died from COVID-19 as the city's active cases have again exceeded 300.

According to the Alberta government's COVID-19 relaunch status map, Airdrie's active case rate has risen to 437 cases of the virus per population of 100,000, up from 397 Nov. 23.

As of Nov. 30, Airdrie has 306 active cases of COVID-19, while 611 people have recovered. In total, Airdrie has seen 894 cases of the virus. The city remains listed under "enhanced" status and a mandatory mask bylaw is still in effect

Nine schools are listed on the province's COVID-19 school status map. Windsong Heights School, Bert Church High School, George McDougall High School, Herons Crossing School and Northcott Prairie School are under "watch," having reported more than five cases. Meadowbrook School, C.W. Perry School, St. Martin De Porres High School and W.H. Croxford High school are listed as "open," with two to four cases.

Rocky View County has reported 117 active cases of COVID-19 and has recorded its first death from the virus. The County's situation remains classified as enhanced.

Elsewhere, Chestermere has reported 61 active cases while Cochrane currently has 40.

In Chestermere, two schools are listed on the province's school status map. Chestermere Lake Middle School is under watch and Chestermere High School is open. In Cochrane, RancheView School in Cochrane is under watch and Cochrane High School is listed as open.