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City of Wetaskiwin back to zero active cases

The City of Wetaskiwin currently has zero active cases once again.

Following a multiple week stint with minimal active cases, the City of Wetaskiwin currently has zero active cases once again.

According to the Government of Alberta’s COVID-19 aggregate data map, the City of Wetaskiwin has zero active cases, zero deaths and 11 recovered cases.

The County of Wetaskiwin, which is separated from the City of Wetaskiwin on the aggregate data map, also has zero active cases.

The last time the City of Wetaskiwin had zero active cases, it remained that way for 10 weeks.



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