Alberta officials share COVID-19 update for May 8

A lone person rides an escalator past a closed cafe in Calgary amid the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic

A lone person rides an escalator past a closed cafe in Calgary amid the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic

There has been one more death, bringing the provincial death toll to 116. There are 31 active cases and 181 recovered cases in the AHS North Zone. There are 24 cases where the zone is unknown. They added that Alberta Health told them that they believed the six cases hadn't occurred in the workplace, but rather externally. Seventy-one Albertans were in hospital and 13 were in intensive care, two less since the last update.

At the JBS meat packing plant, a facility at the centre of an outbreak 510 workers have recovered from the virus.

There are 17 active cases at Harmony Beef, where 21 people have recovered.

At Harmony Beef, there are now 17 active cases and 21 recoveries.

Hinshaw has said regional differences in COVID-19 numbers could result in a staggered implementation of Alberta's plan to relaunch the economy, starting with a first phase that could see some businesses reopen as early as Thursday.

CORE - Collaborative Online Resources and Education - will be managed by the United Way of Calgary and Area and costs about $40,000 to develop.

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The province has tested more than 160,000 people for the virus.

Seniors who need to find assistance should still use 211 services.

The provincial government and other partners will also reportedly invest about $720,000 in inter-agency programs to be coordinated through the website.

"We are using this technology to better serve Alberta seniors".

COVID-19 cases remain the highest in the Calgary zone with a total of 4,161.

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