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As Alberta’s number of COVID-19 cases increases, so does concern for schools

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Alberta doctors say new restrictions ‘not enough’ to reduce spread of COVID-19 “The variants are already showing a pretty good effect in a school sports setting,” Talbot said. “There are already several quite large outbreaks in schools and athletic kind of events.

That’s a place to start.”There are currently over 400 schools with active COVID-19 cases, including a school in Athabasca with 97, but there are no plans to change any of the restrictions for schools right now.“Right now, we are hearing that we just need to continue on with the protocols we have in place,” Education Minister Adriana LaGrange said.“Of course we are monitoring those variants very closely, and if (Alberta chief medical officer of health) Dr. (Deena) Hinshaw and her.

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