Alberta is second among provinces, territories and U.S. states in active COVID-19 cases per capita. 1

Alberta is second among provinces, territories and U.S. states in active COVID-19 cases per capita.

 

Alberta ranks second among provinces, territories and U.S. states in active cases per capita. Bill Fortier on the changing face of COVID-19.

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53 comments

    1. Very sad about the 13 year old in Ontario that passed due to Covid, but let’s be honest, no one is mentioning that fact that she was grossly over weight. Sad but true.

    2. @Errol Flynn reminds me to get some more apple cyder vinegar, ran out that’s also increases the immune system.

    1. That’s so stupid You can get reinfected by varients and the cycle keeps going, vaccines are more effective for heard immunity

    2. i suspect that herd immunity might be the only way out of this thing. as it has been for thousands of years.

    1. @JogBird it’s all relative. When I was a teenager, or in my 20’s, of course 53 seemed quite old, but now that I’m 51, and hoping for another 3-4 decades on earth, it’s really not! Middle aged, yes. Old, no.

  1. Well if there is no excess deaths and hundreds are not dieing, open everything up Already. Enough with this crap.

  2. All the pepppers with homesteads living off grid are the smart ones that seen a collapse like this coming years ago.

    1. @N there is not a lot of studies on school children specifically, but this is one of them

      No evidence of secondary transmission of COVID-19 from children attending school in Ireland, 2020

      “As many countries begin to lift some of the restrictions to contain COVID-19 spread, lack of evidence of transmission in the school setting remains. We examined Irish notifications of SARS-CoV2 in the school setting before school closures on 12 March 2020 and identified no paediatric transmission. This adds to current evidence that children do not appear to be drivers of transmission, and we argue that reopening schools should be considered safe accompanied by certain measures.”

    2. @boghopper Most teachers are barely 22 since you only need a teaching certificate now and not a degree.

    3. @boghopper Look it up!! There has been kids getting it!! IT HAS BEEN IN THE NEWS And I’m not up for a debate on this!! My opinion is that they should close the schools!! If it’s sooo serious, close the schools or open everything else HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

    1. @Johnathan Doehead Yeah you are probably right, those selfish morons wouldn’t even bother getting tested.

  3. Easter weekend/week was like the old days in Banff. Sold out. No one here is surprised in the slightest that we are here now.

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