CARE WATCH – CAROL WODAK SUPPLEMENT Dec 11, 2020

Carol Wodak Care Watch Supplement December 11, 2020

Covid-19 statistics for Alberta. Robson Fletcher, CBC Calgary December11. 2020

657 of the 684 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in Alberta to December 5, 2020 were people over 

  • 60 years of age. [that is 96%]. 

428 of those were people over the age of 80. [that is 66%].

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Update 157: COVID-19 pandemic in Alberta (Dec. 11, 4:15 p.m.) 

  • To date, 429 of the 684 reported deaths (63 %) have been in long-term care facilities or  supportive/home living sites 
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Alberta reports 1,738 new COVID-19 cases, 18 more deaths CBC News Dec 11, 2020 Alberta’s chief medical officer of health unveils new ads urging Albertans not to gather socially over the  holidays. 

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New mandatory provincewide measures to protect lives December 8, 2020 Government of Alberta 

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‘We’re guinea pigs,’ says inmate as cases surge to 234 at Calgary Remand Centre CBC News Dec  11, 202 

A COVID-19 outbreak at the Calgary Remand Centre has ballooned this week to 234 active cases — including inmates and staff — but facility and health representatives say they are handling the situation  according to protocol. That includes quarantining new inmates and isolating those who test positive. As of Friday, 198 inmates, 35 correctional staff members — not including Alberta Health Services staff — and one contractor have tested positive at the remand centre. 

This is up from the 41 cases reported at the end of November. 

Also on Friday, the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees announced that a correctional officer at the  Fort Saskatchewan Correction Centre died after contracting the virus. The union did not name him but  say he is believed to have been in his 50s. 

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