UPDATE: Three active cases of COVID-19 reported in Sylvan Lake

The Government of Alberta’s data map lists three cases of the virus in the area

UPDATE – MAY 8

The Government of Alberta’s COVID-19 aggregate data map is reporting three active cases in the Sylvan Lake area.

There are no recoveries or deaths reported for the area as all cases are still active.

A single additional two cases are reported as active in the area specified as Red Deer County when using the “local geographic area” boundaries.

The county, which includes Sylvan Lake when specified by municipality, has a total of 11 recovered cases of its 16 total cases.

The information found at alberta.ca/covid-19 is updated as cases, recoveries and deaths become known.

ORIGINAL – MAY 1

A single active case of COVID-19 is reported to be in Sylvan Lake.

The Government of Alberta’s COVID-19 aggregate data map lists one case of the virus in the area.

The government does not release information surrounding exact location or names of the individuals infected.

The Sylvan Lake case counts towards the Central Zone total, which is currently at 85 with only one reported death.

The area specified as Red Deer County by the map also holds one active case currently.

The county, which Sylvan Lake falls under when viewing the map via municipality rather than local geographic area, has seen a total of 13 cases with 11 recovered.

The information found at alberta.ca/covid-19 is updated as cases, recoveries and deaths become known.

The province had 5,355 cases of COVID-19 with 2,161 recovered as of April 30.

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