CALGARY – Alberta Health announced a number of new COVID-19 outbreaks that have been reported to them within the past 24 hours, and some affecting dozen of active cases.
During the daily update of coronavirus cases on their website, the government announced a series of new outbreaks in Alberta.
According to official figures, there are 28 active cases related to Dynamic Furniture Corp., a furniture maker in southeast Calgary, and 17 active cases at a daycare center called the Mahogany Learning Center.
According to official data, four people associated with Dynamic Furniture have recovered.
Outbreaks are called in childcare settings when there are five or more cases while other locations, such as B. Workplaces and events are declared as outbreaks if there are 10 or more cases.
On Friday, the province announced 785 new cases of coronavirus in Alberta, detected through 13,575 tests.