Health officials in Alberta have reported three more deaths, to go along with 69 new cases of COVID-19.
Of the three fatalities, one is a man in his 60s from the Calgary zone, one is a woman in her 80s from the province’s central zone, and the third is a man over 100 years old from the north zone.
The province’s death toll is now 23, while there are 1,250 total cases.
Among the province’s diagnoses, 152 are believed to be the result of community transmission, while 279 people have recovered. There are 48 people in hospital, which includes 13 in intensive care.
As of April 5, health officials have completed 64,806 tests for COVID-19.