The bigger picture.

The collection and reporting of data gives us all a better understanding of the status of COVID-19 throughout the province.

Explore the information below to find out what COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations are at.

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The Big Picture: Regional and Provincial COVID-19 Stats

Last updated February 10, 2022

Submit a complaint to Alberta Health Services if you’re concerned that an establishment or person is not following public health orders.

If you think you may have COVID-19, use this self-assessment tool. You can also call Health Link at 8-1-1 for 24/7 instructions.

ABTraceTogether is an app that enables community-driven contact tracing to support existing efforts to fight COVID-19.

The Statistics Behind “Breakthrough” Infections

What percentage of fully vaccinated people still get sick?

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WHO'S IN THE HOSPITAL BEDS?

  • Patients with 1 - 2 vaccinations (13%)
  • Patients with 0 vaccinations (87%)

The number of COVID-19 patients in hospitals and intensive care units are important indicators of how severely the pandemic is affecting Albertans, and the amount of stress it's placing on the province's health care system.

A sizable majority of COVID-19 patients in Alberta hospitals and intensive care units is unvaccinated.

Book Your Shot

Book your shot at a participating pharmacy, through the AHS online booking tool or call Health Link 811. Every Albertan who can get vaccinated, should get vaccinated.

Behavioural Changes Across the Nation

What precautions are Canadians taking in response to the COVID-19 pandemic?

WASHING HANDS MORE REGULARLY92%
AVOIDING LEAVING THE HOUSE90%
AVOIDING CROWDS LARGE GATHERINGS90%
AVOIDING TOUCHING THEIR FACE70%
STOCKING UP ON ESSENTIALS AT PHARMACY & GROCERY STORE63%
MAKING A PLAN FOR COMMUNICATING WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY44%
CANCELLING TRAVEL PLANS37%
WORKING FROM HOME29%

We all play a role in limiting COVID-19 spread and protecting ourselves. By following the public health rules and the spirit behind them, we can get back on track and save lives.