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Alberta reports 41 new COVID-19 deaths, number of coronavirus patients in hospitals rises

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The original version of this story incorrectly said Alberta added 22,955 cases of COVID-19 on the weekend. That is the number of tests that were completed.

The total number of new cases has been corrected and we regret the error.The number of patients in Alberta hospitals who have COVID-19 rose by 113 over the weekend.Alberta Health posted updated pandemic-related data on the government’s website late Monday night.

Chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw tweeted that the delay was due to “ongoing technical issues.”The number of people with COVID-19 in intensive care units in Alberta increased ever so slightly over the weekend, up to 108 on Monday from 107 on Friday.Alberta Health reported Monday that is has attributed 41 more deaths to COVID-19, bringing the total number of fatalities in the province attributed to the disease to 3,470 since the pandemic began.The province reported that thousands of new cases of COVID-19 were identified over the weekend (4,069 on Jan.

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