The simple act of opening a bus station door can be anxiety-inducing during a pandemic. As a potential solution, Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) has entered a partnership with local startup Outbreaker Solutions Inc. to implement new antimicrobial push plates, made of compressed salt, on the doors of eight LRT stations and two transit centres in the city.
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Alberta scientists are developing a rapid screening test that will help track the genetic code of coronavirus variants across the province.
Wednesday, January 20, 2021Continue reading
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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