Alberta entered Stage 2 of the Open for Summer Plan on June 10. Mandatory provincewide restrictions remain in effect.

We all have a responsibility to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Alberta. Take steps to protect yourself and others.

Practice good hygiene

  • Stay home if you are feeling sick
  • Wash or sanitize your hands often
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
  • Avoid touching your face

Keep physical distancing

  • Stay at least 2 metres away from others
  • Wear a mask in public and in all indoor workplaces
  • Avoid overcrowded public spaces
  • Limit the number of people you come into close contact with
  • Have your groceries or other items delivered, if possible, if you are at high risk of severe disease

Gather safely

Monitor your symptoms

COVID-19 symptoms are similar to influenza and other respiratory illnesses and can range from mild to severe. Even people with mild symptoms can spread COVID-19 to others.

If you have any symptom, stay home and take the online assessment to arrange testing.

Albertans are legally required to:

  • isolate for 10 days if they have any core symptoms not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition
  • quarantine for 14 days if they are a close contact of someone with COVID-19 or if they travelled outside Canada

If you have been vaccinated and are required to quarantine, see isolation and quarantine requirements for vaccinated Albertans.


Avoid carpooling with people from outside your household, if possible. If carpooling is necessary, take steps to keep all occupants safe:

  • limit the number of people in the vehicle where possible, to maintain physical distance of 2 metres (6 feet)
  • ensure all occupants wear masks and wash their hands before entering the vehicle
  • clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces such as door handles, seatbelt buckles and arm rests after each trip


  • COVID-19 Information posters
    Help prevent the spread posters

    Downloadable posters are available to share tips on ways to practice physical distancing, and let your clients or customers know your business or workplace is open.

  • How to wear a non-medical mask
    How to wear a non-medical mask posters

    Downloadable posters are available to share tips on how to properly put on and take off a mask.


If you violate a public health order:

  • you may be subject to a $2,000 fine
  • you can be prosecuted for up to $100,000 for a first offence
  • you may get a ticket at the time of an incident or post-infraction – someone who isn’t charged immediately may receive a ticket after authorities do further investigation

Unpaid fines are backstopped with fine collection actions and restrictions on registry services. You may have to pay your outstanding fine before you can renew your driver’s licence. Repeat offenders will be targeted with a new multi-agency enforcement framework.

If you are concerned someone is not following public health orders, you can:

  • remind them that not following orders is against the law and puts people at risk
  • request service from AHS public health inspectors online or call 1-833-415-9179

Submit a request online