Only Seven New COVID-19 Cases in Alberta, None in RMWB

The province is only seeing seven new cases of COVID-19 over the province.

Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced the additional cases on Friday – putting the provincial total at 7,098.

These seven cases were detected in over 6,400 tests, the highest number of tests done in one day in Alberta.

Locally, there are no new cases in the RMWB.

Four individuals continue to have the virus in Fort McMurray, while all those who contracted it in the rural areas have recovered.

In total, 24 individuals across the RMWB has recovered from COVID-19.

They are among the 6,624 who’ve recovered across the province. This represents over 93 per cent of the reported cases.

Meanwhile, there were no new deaths over the past 24-hours.

None of the deaths have been in Wood Buffalo.

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