Alberta chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw will provide an update on the
COVID-19 situation in the province on Tuesday.
On Monday, Hinshaw said decisions on whether to move into Step 2 of Alberta’s reopening plan wouldn’t be made until March 1 at the earliest.
While Alberta is making some progress on a number of fronts over the past few weeks, there have also been concerning developments that she and other officials will need to take their time evaluating.
On Monday, Hinshaw announced an additional 273 cases of COVID-19 had been confirmed over the previous 24 hours in Alberta.
There were 4,675 active cases in the province as of Monday’s update. There were 324 people in hospital with 53 of those people in the ICU.
Hinshaw also reported 16 more deaths in Alberta, bringing the province’s COVID-19 death toll to 1,843.
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