The provincial government declared a state of public health emergency on Sept. 15 and announced new COVID-19 restrictions, including measures that apply to indoor gatherings, entertainment venues, and performance activities.
The provincial government, facing pressure from businesses to implement a vaccine passport system, promised again that it is working to make it easier for Albertans to provide their vaccination status.
Entos Pharmaceuticals is one step closer to manufacturing its DNA-based COVID-19 vaccine after the company was granted approval to begin a Phase 2 clinical trial in South Africa.
Contract tracers are responsible for investigating and tracing COVID-19 positive cases.
Gyms reopened as of June 12, but a number of different protocols need to be followed.
Research is ongoing, but if you are sick or self-isolating, avoid close contact with pets.
Alberta succeeded in flattening the curve of infections, and the province wants to reopen its economy.
Be sure to keep your distance, and stay outside or online.
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