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Delta COVID-19 variant cases are rising, prompting caution on reopening plans

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COVID-19 pandemic.“I’m hoping people see that we’re doing things responsibly but it’s still going to be a lot of fun,” Steve McDonough, president and chairman of the Stampede board, told Global News.The parade won’t be downtown this year, and the event will reflect all current public health guidance, he said, but the Stampede will go ahead.

Doctors’ group concerned about Calgary Stampede, major corporate partner won’t take part Other provinces are cautiously reopening too, allowing outdoor dining, some shopping and other limited gatherings.

But experts wonder if the more transmissible Delta variant of COVID-19 might jeopardize some of those big reopening plans, as cases appear to be growing across Canada.Evidence from the U.K.

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