CALGARY — Alberta identified 44 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
The new cases come after the completion of 4,263 tests — a positivity rate of one per cent.
Active infections continue to fall — now at 831.
– 44 new COVID cases on July 4 in Alberta on 4263 tests (1%)
– 53 cases on July 3, 42 cases on July 2
– 136 in hospital (-8), 32 in ICU (-1)
– 2 new deaths
– 831 active cases (-64)#yeg #yyc #ableg #Covida91ab pic.twitter.com/4xmgc2wx39
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As for hospitalizations in Alberta, there are now 136 people in hospital, 32 of which are in the ICU.
Two additional deaths were reported on Monday.
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The province also provided some numbers for the weekend:
- 42 cases identified on July 2
- 53 cases identified on July 3
Alberta has now administered nearly 4.6 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
To date, 73.4 per cent of the eligible population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 48.4 per cent have now been fully vaccinated.