Alberta reported about 400 new circumstances of COVID-19 in a preliminary replace by the chief medical officer of well being Sunday morning.
The final time a each day case rely from the province numbered within the 400s was Oct. 28.
Dr. Deena Hinshaw famous fewer exams – about 8,100, or lower than half of what Alberta’s lab system is able to processing – had been executed Jan. 1, so “fewer tests were processed and reported Jan. 2.”
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The knowledge replace leaves Alberta’s positivity charge sitting at 5 per cent.
Hinshaw stated each COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU admissions stay “stable.”
Here is as we speak’s #COVID19AB modified replace.
On Jan. 2 there was an estimated:
– 400 circumstances
– 8,100 laboratory exams
– 5% positivity
– hospitalizations – secure
– ICU – secure
Please observe: fewer folks had been examined Jan. 1 so fewer exams had been processed and reported Jan. 2.
— Dr. Deena Hinshaw (@CMOH_Alberta) January 3, 2021
Sunday’s numbers are preliminary and pending additional affirmation. The preliminary stories don’t embrace exact numbers and haven’t any knowledge on COVID-19-related deaths, energetic circumstances or a geographic breakdown of circumstances.
Detailed knowledge updates will resume Jan. 4 and Hinshaw will return for an in-person replace on Jan. 5.
With information from CTV News Edmonton’s Matthew Black