COVID-19 statistics

The interactive data application provides aggregate statistics on cases in Alberta, including age range, sex and characteristics.

Data reported in the table below and in the app is based on calendar day.

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COVID-19 status map

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Cases by zone

Cases are rising in Calgary and the Edmonton Zone. New mandatory and voluntary measures are in place to stop the spread.

Case data is updated Monday to Friday, except holidays. Saturday, Sunday and holiday data will be provided the next business day.

Location Confirmed
cases
Active
cases*
Recovered
cases
In
hospital**
In intensive
care***
Deaths Tests
completed
People tested
Updated October 28. Numbers are up to date as of end of day October 27.
*Active cases include both community cases and hospitalizations
**Zone of current hospitalization and current ICU admission based on location of hospitalization, not zone of patient residence.
***ICU cases are a subset of those in hospital.
In Canada 223,297 - - - - 10,005 - -
In Alberta 26,565
(410 on Oct. 27)
4,793 21,459 125 19 313 1,764,020
(10,631 on Oct. 27)
1,255,081
Calgary zone 11,767 1,788 9,839 45 5 140 - -
Edmonton zone 9,509 2,245 7,162 70 9 102 - -
Central zone 972 160 804 1 0 8 - -
South zone 2,310 256 2,026 5 3 28 - -
North zone 1,939 324 1,580 4 2 35 - -
Unknown 68 20 48 0 0 0 - -

Outbreaks in Alberta

Locations of outbreaks in acute care and continuing care facilities are reported publicly when there are 2 or more cases, indicating that a transmission within the facility has occurred.

Outbreaks at other facilities or in the community are reported publicly when there are 5 or more cases.

Outbreaks are declared over when 4 weeks have passed with no new cases, so not all outbreaks listed below have current transmission happening.

As a precaution, outbreak control measures are put in place at continuing care facilities and group homes with a single confirmed case.

Outbreak locations by zone

Outbreak information will be updated on Tuesdays and Fridays each week. Case numbers for outbreaks at specific sites are not provided online because they change rapidly and often.

  • North zone

    Other facilities and settings

    • CNRL Horizon, Fort McMurray
    • Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper
    • Family gatherings, La Crete
    • RCMP detachment, Grande Prairie
    • Suncor base plant, Fort McMurray
    • Syncrude Mildred Lake site, Fort McMurray
    • Walmart Supercentre, Grande Prairie
  • Edmonton zone

    Acute care facilities

    • Leduc Community Hospital
    • Misericordia Community Hospital, Edmonton
    • Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton
    • University of Alberta Hospital (Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute), Edmonton

    Long term care facilities

    • Capital Care, Lynnwood, Edmonton
    • Capital Care, Norwood, Edmonton
    • Capital Care, Strathcona, Sherwood Park
    • Edmonton Chinatown Care Centre
    • Edmonton General Care Centre
    • Extendicare Eaux Claires, Edmonton
    • Good Samaritan, Pembina Village, Evansburg
    • Kipnes Centre for Veterans, Edmonton
    • Lifestyle Options – Whitemud, Edmonton
    • Millwoods Shepherd’s Care Centre, Edmonton
    • South Terrace Continuing Care, Edmonton
    • Youville Home, St. Albert

    Supportive living/home living sites

    • Balwin Villa, Edmonton
    • Capital Care Dickinsfield adult duplexes, Edmonton
    • Garneau Hall, Edmonton
    • Ironwood Estates, St. Albert
    • Lewis Estates Retirement Residence, Edmonton
    • Lifestyle Options Terra Losa, Edmonton
    • Spirit of our Youth – McKenzie Home, Edmonton
    • St. Albert Retirement Residence

    Other facilities and settings

    • Amnor Powder Coating Ltd., Edmonton
    • Canada Bread Company, Edmonton
    • CCI Manufacturing, Edmonton
    • Edmonton Remand Centre
    • Hello Fresh warehouse, Edmonton
    • Hope Mission, Edmonton
    • Inferno Fitness, Sherwood Park
    • Private gatherings (2), Edmonton
    • Quantum Lifecycle Partners LP, Edmonton
    • Recochem Inc., Nisku
    • Silent-Aire, Nisku
    • Sport cohort, Edmonton
    • Walmart Supercentre (Calgary trail location), Edmonton
  • Central zone

    No active outbreaks to publicly report at this time.

  • Calgary zone

    Acute care facilities

    • Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary

    Long term care facilities

    • Carewest Sarcee, Calgary
    • Revera Mount Royal Long Term Care Home, Calgary

    Supportive living/home living sites

    • Agecare Skypointe, Calgary
    • Carewest George Boyack, Calgary
    • Extendicare Cedars Villa, Calgary
    • Spruce Lodge, Calgary

    Other facilities and settings

    • Abstract Dance Academy, Chestermere
    • Amazon warehouse, Rocky View County
    • Calgary Correctional Centre
    • Calgary Drop-in and Rehab Centre
    • Calgary Remand Centre
    • Engineered Air (Highfield Plant), Calgary
    • Freeport Distribution Centre (Loblaws), Calgary
    • Park Avenue Furniture (warehouse), Calgary
    • Private gathering, Calgary
    • Real Canadian Superstore (3633 Westwinds Dr. NE), Calgary
    • Renovation crew (Einbau Ltd., Kristhofer Dileone Painting), Canmore
    • Rose and Crown Pub, Calgary
    • TC Energy, Crossfield
  • South zone

    Long term care facilities

    • Edith Cavell Care Centre, Lethbridge

    Supportive living/home living sites

    • Columbia Assisted Living, Lethbridge
    • Extendicare Fairmont Park, Lethbridge
    • Lethbridge Family Services

    Other facilities and settings

    • Cavendish, Lethbridge
    • Children’s House Child Care Society, Lethbridge
    • Lethbridge Coalhurst Good News Centre, Coalhurst
    • Meridian Manufacturing, Lethbridge
    • New Life Pentecostal Church (Gospel Fire Evangelical), Lethbridge
    • ROC Christian Ministries, Coaldale

Cases in K-12 schools

Public health measures are in place to ensure a safer reopening of schools. This includes mandatory masking, physical distancing, enhanced cleaning, and daily symptom screening. If a case is confirmed, contact tracers and public health officials will be deployed to identify potential exposure and limit spread.

Parents will be notified by their child’s school as soon as one confirmed case is identified within the school. This in known as an alert.

An outbreak is declared when there are 2 or more confirmed cases in a school setting within a 14 day period where disease could have been acquired or transmitted in the school.

See K-12 school status map

Modelling

In April 2020, Alberta used modelling to anticipate the number of COVID-19 cases over the coming months. This helped us make decisions and prepare hospitals to care for critical and acute patients.

These decisions included the aggressive public health measures we put in place this spring to help limit the spread of the virus.

The updated probable scenario estimated that 596 people would require hospitalization when the virus reached its peak. This was a reduction from the previous planning scenario.

We also created a revised low scenario, which took into account Alberta’s overall low hospitalization rate and suggested that 298 people would require hospitalization at the virus’s peak.

Neither scenario became a reality in Alberta, and the province’s hospitalization rate continues to be much lower than the estimate in the low scenario.

Planning scenarios

Modelling data is intended to demonstrate expected trends and not intended to be a predictor of day-to-day increases in hospitalization rates. Alberta now has months of data and experience to inform our ongoing response to COVID-19, and no updated models are being planned at this time.