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COVID-19 case rate continues to drop in Airdrie

While Airdrie continues to have the highest COVID-19 case rate among Alberta cities, confirmed case numbers continue to drop.
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While Airdrie continues to have the highest COVID-19 active case rate among Alberta cities, confirmed case numbers continue to drop.

According to the Alberta government's COVID-19 relaunch status map, Airdrie has 284 active cases of the virus as of Nov. 20, down 14 from the previous day. Additionally, the case rate per 100,000 population has dropped to 405.7. On Nov. 16, Airdrie's active case rate was 448 per population of 100,000. Airdrie remains listed under "enhanced" status. The mandatory mask bylaw is still in effect.

As of the morning of Nov. 20, the Alberta government's COVID-19 school status map indicated all Airdrie schools were open with no outbreaks. The previous day, there were five Airdrie schools either under "watch" status or "open" with outbreaks of two to four cases.

Rocky View County has reported one additional case, bringing the total of active cases up to 98. The County's status remains classified as enhanced, but masks are not currently mandatory.

Chestermere reported one recovery, bringing the total active cases to 65. Cochrane reported two new cases of the virus, bringing its active total to 26. Both communities remain under enhanced classification and have enacted mask bylaws.

Chestermere Lake Middle School is currently listed as open with two to four cases of the virus. RancheView School in Cochrane remains under watch with an outbreak of five or more cases.

Khalsa School Calgary Educational Foundation, located in Conrich, remains under watch as well.

 




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