Thirteen new COVID-19 cases reported in northern Alberta

Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in northern Alberta, including Peace River, High Level, and Falher.

There are now 43 cases reported in Alberta’s northern health zone, up from 30 on Friday, and now with 621 cases province-wide.

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There are now eight cases in the Peace River area, up four from yesterday, and the first five cases have also been reported in Falher. The first case in High Level was also reported Saturday.

There are still three cases in the Grande Prairie region, two of them in the city and one in the county.

There is one case in Valleyview, and there are no cases reported in Spirit River, Fairview, or Manning.

There are four cases reported in Fort McMurray, six cases in the High Prairie region, and two cases in the Slave Lake area.

Click here to view the Alberta government's website for aggregate COVID-19 statistics.

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