CALGARY — Alberta has identified 43 new cases of COVID-19.
The province also released the updated numbers for Thursday, with 67 cases having been identified on June 30.
Active cases in the province continue to decline, with 895 active infections.
– 110 new COVID cases in Alberta over *two days* on 10,732 tests (1%+)
– 144 in hospital (-21), inc 33 in ICU (-1)
– no new deaths reported
– 895 active cases (-160)#yeg #yyc #ableg #Covid19ab pic.twitter.com/nGX6O4VYmp
— Courtney Theriault (@cspotweet) July 2, 2021
As for hospitalizations, there are now 144 people in hospital, a decrease of 21 from Wednesday’s data — as well as 33 people in the ICU.
One additional death was reported over the last two days.
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Since Wednesday, 92,662 vaccines have been administered in Alberta — with 73.1 per cent of the eligible population having received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Forty-four per cent of those 12 and older in Alberta are now fully immunized.
To date, more than 4.43 million vaccine doses have been administered.