Between the three sites, 26 cases of COVID-19 have been identified, with three cases identified as the P.1 variant, but Hinshaw said they expect more cases of the variant to emerge as they continue to screen COVID-19 samples.
Across the province, nearly 4,000 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded over the long weekend.
She says the spread has been confined to three work sites in the central and north zones in which employees travelled between locations. So far, three of those infections are confirmed to be the Brazilian variant, but she added that was likely to increase as more results come in.
The second, unrelated P.1 outbreak has been reported at a workplace in Calgary Zone, Hinshaw said. "Anyone at risk is being directly contacted and supported".
Some are saying the province took concept of spring break a little too literally over the Easter long weekend, leaving COVID-concerned Albertans parched for information as the pandemic sprouted new variants. Variants of concern now represent just over 39 per cent of all active cases, up from 27 per cent last Monday.
Alberta Health updated its online data on Monday afternoon, tallying up case numbers confirmed from Thursday to Sunday.
Over the weekend, the province learned of four new COVID-19-related deaths. The positivity rate was 9.9 per cent.
Zahara said it's frustrating that AHS has not been transparent with many communities especially as cases of the variants are rising.
"Please keep making safe choices and limit in-person interactions whenever possible to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 provincewide". The number of patients in intensive care units has grown more rapidly, up to 76 reported on Monday, almost double the 40 reported three weeks prior.
She thanked the public for their patience.
"These investigations are complex and it's important that we ensure information is accurate and that anyone at risk is directly contacted before sharing details", she said.
After you register, you will be given a confirmation number, which you will need to book your actual appointment . To register you will need to provide your name, date of birth, postal code, and Personal Health Number.
Arradondo agreed and acknowledged that this must also be taken into consideration when officers decide to use force. The city moved soon after Floyd's death to ban police chokeholds and neck restraints.
Data published by Statistics South Africa in March showed that South Africa's economy contracted by 7% past year . Among emerging markets and developing economies, China is projected to grow this year at 8.4 per cent.
The spokesman ruled out any plan for the step-by-step removal of anti-Iran sanctions by the United States. But the State Department indicated Monday that it will only lift those related to Iran's nuclear program.
As of Thursday afternoon, Canada reported a cumulative total of 986,011 COVID-19 cases and 22,993 deaths, according to CTV. Saturday's report brings the total number of lab-confirmed cases in Ontario to 358,558 including deaths and recoveries.
Vera Etches said stricter restrictions are required to "reverse the surge" of cases in their respective public health unit. The medical officers of health for Toronto, Peel and Ottawa have written to their provincial counterpart, Dr.
That is a little deeper than most Southern California quakes and minimized the amount of shaking felt at the surface. The 4.0 temblor was followed by several smaller quakes in the Inglewood and Lennox area.
The remaining doses from the March 22 Moderna shipment are expected to arrive April 3 (7,200) and April 7 (1,400). The Regina zone accounts for 802 (85 per cent) of the VOC cases with confirmed lineage reported in Saskatchewan.
County and state officials are now working to pump water out of the reservoir to reduce the quantity in the event of a breach. A significant leak at a large pond of wastewater threatened to flood roads and burst a system that stores polluted waters.
COVID-19 vaccinations launches Tuesday
This is in addition to being able to book by phone (1-833-838-2323) or in-person at the nearest Service BC location. On Tuesday, people aged 71 and older and Indigenous people aged 18 and older can register for a dose.
Today's Forecast: Drying out with some pm sun, warm
The forecast from FOX 17 Meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa: We will slowly dry out today after a morning round of showers and storms. The Eastern half - Temperature: Fine and cool, but partly cloudy in the south, becoming cloudy with rain from the afternoon.