Coronavirus Canada Updates: Airdrie COVID-19 cases drop to less than 300

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In Airdrie, 26 people recovered from COVID-19 since Dec. 1, bringing the total number of active cases to 299.

According to the Alberta government’s COVID-19 relaunch status map, Airdrie’s active case rate has also decreased to 427 per population of 100,000, compared to 467 the previous day. There have been 972 total cases of COVID-19 reported in Airdrie, with 636 total recoveries and four deaths. The city’s situation remains classified as “enhanced” and a mandatory mask bylaw is still in effect.

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

In Airdrie, as elsewhere in Alberta, students in grades 7 to 12 are currently learning at home, while younger grades can continue to attend their school buildings.

Rocky View County has reported eight recoveries from the virus since Dec. 1, bringing the total number of active cases to 117. Rocky View County’s case rate is currently 269 cases per 100,000 population. The County’s situation remains classified as enhanced.

Meanwhile, Chestermere has 71 active cases, down three from Dec. 30. Cochrane has reported 48 cases, up one from the day previous.

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