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COVID-19: Alberta confirms 80 cases Tuesday

COVID-19: Alberta confirms 80 cases Tuesday

Cases in some central Alberta communities up

COVID-19: Alberta confirms 80 cases Tuesday
COVID-19: Virus claims eight more lives in Alberta
COVID-19: Virus claims eight more lives in Alberta
Parents and students learned Tuesday what the coming school year will look like. It’s pretty much back to business as usual, said Education Minister Adriana LaGrange. School precautions include frequent cleaning, keeping students in the same groups where possible, planning the school day to allow for physical distancing and staying home when sick.

Province announces students will return to in-class this fall

There will be no limits on class sizes, the Province said in its announcement Tuesday afternoon

Parents and students learned Tuesday what the coming school year will look like. It’s pretty much back to business as usual, said Education Minister Adriana LaGrange. School precautions include frequent cleaning, keeping students in the same groups where possible, planning the school day to allow for physical distancing and staying home when sick.
COVID-19: Central zone at 145 active cases

COVID-19: Central zone at 145 active cases

Sylvan Lake at three active

COVID-19: Central zone at 145 active cases
Alberta announced 368 new COVID-19 cases Monday. File photo

Alberta confirms 368 COVID-19 cases Monday: 11 active in Red Deer, 131 in central zone

Province has confirmed three more deaths, bringing the total to 170

Alberta announced 368 new COVID-19 cases Monday. File photo
Alberta announced 368 new COVID-19 cases Monday. File photo
Alberta announced 368 new COVID-19 cases Monday. File photo
This undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The sample was isolated from a patient in the U.S. On Monday, the province of Alberta confirmed 130 COVID-19 cases. (NIAID-RML via AP)

COVID-19: Central zone at four active

Alberta confirms 130 cases Monday

This undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The sample was isolated from a patient in the U.S. On Monday, the province of Alberta confirmed 130 COVID-19 cases. (NIAID-RML via AP)
Some Central Albertans calling for mask wearing to become mandatory

Some Central Albertans calling for mask wearing to become mandatory

A family physician from Didsbury supports the Masks4Canada movement

Some Central Albertans calling for mask wearing to become mandatory
There was honking instead of cheering when Lacombe’s country music singer Gord Bamford performed in front of an audience at Red Deer’s Westerner Park on Canada Day. Bamford started the five-show Drive In for Mental Health concert series in Red Deer, where attendees were able to sit in their cars and watch the artist perform. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

In photos: Lacombe’s Gord Bamford performs in Red Deer on Canada Day

Drive-in style concert held at Westerner Park

There was honking instead of cheering when Lacombe’s country music singer Gord Bamford performed in front of an audience at Red Deer’s Westerner Park on Canada Day. Bamford started the five-show Drive In for Mental Health concert series in Red Deer, where attendees were able to sit in their cars and watch the artist perform. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff
Conditions favourable for funnel clouds in Red Deer, central Alberta
Conditions favourable for funnel clouds in Red Deer, central Alberta
BREAKING: Alberta confirms 41 COVID-19 cases Tuesday
BREAKING: Alberta confirms 41 COVID-19 cases Tuesday
Alberta conducted close to 7,000 COVID-19 tests between Sunday and Monday. Photo via Government of Alberta Twitter

Central zone has four active COVID-19 cases

No active cases in City of Lacombe, Red Deer County, Sylvan Lake, Lacombe County

Alberta conducted close to 7,000 COVID-19 tests between Sunday and Monday. Photo via Government of Alberta Twitter
COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases

COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases

City of Red Deer has one active case

COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases
COVID-19: Alberta confirms 32 virus cases and one death Monday

COVID-19: Alberta confirms 32 virus cases and one death Monday

Central zone remains at three active cases

COVID-19: Alberta confirms 32 virus cases and one death Monday
COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases Sunday

COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases Sunday

Number of hospitalizations down in Alberta

COVID-19: Central zone at three active cases Sunday
COVID-19: Central zone at two active cases; state of public health emergency lapsed in Alberta

COVID-19: Central zone at two active cases; state of public health emergency lapsed in Alberta

State of public health emergency expired Monday: Minister of Health

COVID-19: Central zone at two active cases; state of public health emergency lapsed in Alberta
The Lacombe Police Service currently uses systems to record video evidence including in-car cameras and body worn audio microphones that tie in to the car video system. The use of body-worn cameras is a topic the local police service has been looking in since 2017. File photo

Body-worn cameras come with legal issues and privacy concerns: Lacombe Police Service

Central ALberta police service wants to take responsible approach to such technology

The Lacombe Police Service currently uses systems to record video evidence including in-car cameras and body worn audio microphones that tie in to the car video system. The use of body-worn cameras is a topic the local police service has been looking in since 2017. File photo
Province announced 50 COVID-19 cases Sunday.
Province announced 50 COVID-19 cases Sunday.
COVID-19: Two deaths confirmed in Alberta Tuesday

COVID-19: Two deaths confirmed in Alberta Tuesday

No active cases in central zone

COVID-19: Two deaths confirmed in Alberta Tuesday
Keep calm and carry on: Alberta’s Stage 2 relaunch to go ahead Friday, ahead of target date
Keep calm and carry on: Alberta’s Stage 2 relaunch to go ahead Friday, ahead of target date