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COVID-19 cases rise in Wetaskiwin

New cases in the City of Wetaskiwin and the County following Monday’s provincial numbers update.

Following the provincial update on Alberta’s COVID-19 case numbers Monday afternoon, more COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the Wetaskiwin area.

According to the Government of Alberta’s COVID-19 aggregate data map, the City of Wetaskiwin has three active confirmed cases and the County of Wetaskiwin has two. The City and County are separated on the aggregate data map.

Two of the City of Wetaskiwin’s active cases have been confirmed as employees of the Manluk Centre: Wetaskiwin Regional Aquatics & Fitness by the City.

READ MORE: Second Manluk Centre employee tests positive for COVID-19

Before the weekend there were no confirmed active cases in the County of Wetaskiwin and only one confirmed active case in the City of Wetaskiwin.

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Government of Alberta COVID-19 aggregate data map: County of Wetaskiwin

Government of Alberta COVID-19 aggregate data map: City of Wetaskiwin

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