Alberta sees COVID-19 cases spike and experts are worried.

Since April, one of the Highest daily increases in Alberta of active COVID-19 cases has put infectious disease experts, doctors, and politicians on edge. Over the past four days, new cases jumped by 509, bringing the province to a total of 1,193 active cases. 

Sixteen regions in the province are now under a “watch” designation, which means the area has more than 50 active cases per 100,000 residents. The highest is Wheatland County, at a rate of 682.8 per 100,000 people. That’s a similar case rate to U.S. states like Missouri, Washington, and Kentucky.

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