Coronavirus Canada Updates: Alberta reports 127 new cases, six more deaths

Coronavirus: Manitobans grapple with ‘lost’ immunization records
Coronavirus: Manitobans grapple with ‘lost’ immunization records

Alberta Health reported 127 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths from the disease on Saturday.

However, the number of active cases, hospitalizations and ICU admissions continued to decline.

In the Calgary zone, a woman in her 60s with comorbidities, a man in his 60s without comorbidities and a man in his 80s without comorbidities died.

Two people died in the Edmonton zone: a man in his 50s without comorbidities and a man in his 70s with comorbidities.

A woman in her 60s without comorbidities died in the North zone.

Alberta has 2,170 active cases, 226,800 total recoveries and 2,289 total deaths.

Alberta Health said Saturday that 221 people were hospitalized, with 49 of them in intensive care.

As of Saturday, the Calgary zone has 1,001 active cases, the Edmonton zone has 427, the North zone has 437, the Central zone has 226 and the South zone has 77. There are two cases in unknown zones.

The new cases came from 5,055 tests, meaning a provincial positivity rate of 2.5 per cent, according to Dr. Deena Hinshaw.

According to the province, 3,721,419 vaccine doses were administered as of June 18.

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