Daily new cases and completed tests
- June 5: 20 cases, 440 tests completed
- June 4: 21 cases, 393 tests completed
- June 3: 22 cases, 395 tests completed
- June 2: 30 cases, 465 tests completed
- June 1: 25 cases, 442 tests completed
- May 31: 30 cases, 430 tests completed
- May 30: 39 cases, 619 tests completed
- May 29: 23 cases, 429 tests completed
- May 28: 26 cases, 327 tests completed
- May 27: 33 cases, 418 tests completed
- May 26: 20 cases, 454 tests completed
- May 25: 38 cases, 516 tests completed
- May 24: 21 cases, 444 tests completed
- May 23: 41 cases, 446 tests completed
- May 22: 24 cases, 404 tests completed
- May 21: 32 cases, 407 tests completed
- May 20: 27 cases, 443 tests completed
- May 19: 28 cases, 466 tests completed
- May 18: 33 cases, 425 tests completed
- May 17: 30 cases, 500 tests completed
- May 16: 49 cases, 511 tests completed
Cases by zone
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Outbreaks in Alberta
Statistics on outbreaks in Alberta can be found on the COVID-19 Statistics Dashboard.
Modelling, reviews and projections
- The wastewater surveillance data for the province can be viewed on the Alberta COVID-19 data dashboard.
Updated provincial modelling
- View the Updated Provincial Modelling (PDF, 556 KB) to learn more about the current data modelling that is informing Alberta’s COVID-19 response. (September 3, 2021)
- View the shifting from pandemic to endemic evidence summary (PDF, 653 KB) to learn more about the past data that informed Alberta’s COVID-19 response. (September 3, 2021)
COVID-19 response reviews
Health system update – May 2021
- View the health system presentation (PDF, 1 MB) to learn more about the impact of the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic on Alberta’s health system capacity.
- View the COVID-19 variant projections to learn more about Alberta’s projections of the UK variant. (January 25, 2021)
Modelling planning scenarios
- Modelling was used in April 2020 to help inform public health decisions.
- Alberta COVID-19 modelling - April 8 (PDF, 828 KB)
- Alberta COVID-19 modelling update - April 28 (PDF, 935 KB)
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