Regional Covid-19 Resources and On Reserve Stats by Region Below:
Black = New Cases, Green = Recovered, Red = Deaths, Blue – Hospitalized, Purple – ISC reported total –  Updated Daily

BC
21 273 96 4,614 4,983
AB
110 703 118 12,201 13,003
SK
45 354 92 12,041 12,539
MB
22 560 104 9,728 10,031
ON
0 146 41 3,282 3,357
QC
0 17 9 980 1,014
Atlantic
3 1 1 62 85
North60
77 124 23 2,882 3,226
 

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Alberta’s vaccine passport will be in place into next year, Kenney says – CBC

Government app to read QR codes ready for businesses to use

Oct 12, 2021

A need to be “on our guard” through the winter means Alberta’s vaccine passport will be in place at least into early next year, Premier Jason Kenney said Tuesday, as he announced that a long-awaited app to scan proof-of-vaccination QR codes is now available.

“We are headed into an uncertain period,” Kenney told a news conference.

“Between weather, seasonal patterns, more indoor activity and the potential for waning protection, we don’t want to let down our guard — let’s say, in November, if we get out of this fourth wave — only to potentially face a Christmas spike or a winter spike.”

The AB COVID Records Verifier app is available for businesses and other organizations to download onto Apple and Android devices, Kenney said.

The app scans the QR code on enhanced vaccine records, which Albertans can obtain at alberta.ca/CovidRecords by entering basic information including their provincial health-care number.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/covid-alberta-update-hinshaw-1.6207945

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