There are now 4,480 cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, after health officials reported 247 new cases since Saturday.
Among the new patients are two people who stayed at the Calgary Drop-In Centre, said Alberta minister of community and social services Rajan Sawhney. The shelter has issued a call for donations on its website, saying it’s in urgent need of sanitizer and personal protective equipment.
No recent fatalities were reported on Sunday, as Alberta’s death toll remains at 73. Among the province’s total cases, there are 1,549 people who have recovered, an increase of 78. As of its last update, health officials have tested 131,572 people for COVID-19.