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Last updated November 23, 2020 2:00 p.m.
There are 48,421 cases, 476 deaths, and 34,779 recovered in Alberta.
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If you have symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, sore throat or runny nose, you MUST self-isolate for 10 days after the onset of symptoms and until your symptoms have resolved (whichever is longer). Under no circumstance should you leave your property during self-isolation. Complete the COVID-19 Self-Assessment for more information. If your symptoms worsen, have concerns about your health or questions about COVID, call Health Link 811.
Throughout the pandemic, Alberta Health Services has taken steps to restrict visitors to hospitals and congregate living sites (Long-term Care or Continuing Care Facilities), to protect patients and those at greatest risk of severe illness.
Visitor guidelines are being updated as the pandemic progresses. The most up to date guidelines are available here. If you have questions about these guidelines, please talk to your care team.
Do the right thing to stop the spread: Protect your loved ones by practicing physical distancing. We all have a role to play!
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To protect the health and safety of Albertans, law enforcement agencies now have full authority to enforce public health orders and issue fines for violations.
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