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Central Peace number of active cases down to four

As of January 15, 2021

– Birch Hills County: Seven cases (all recovered)

– M.D. of Spirit River: 42 cases (two active, 40 recovered)

– Saddle Hills County: 14 cases (two active, 12 recovered)

For daily updates over the holidays please visit: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-alberta-data.aspx


Figures from AHS daily reports


Please follow the links below for the latest COVID-19 updates

Daily updates from the Chief medical officer of health can be found (both video and transcripts on the Alberta Government website. They are also published, along with any other public health or emergency announcements on the CPREM Facebook page.


Other Useful Links:


Interactive Regional Status Map

The Alberta Government’s Interactive map tracing the daily changes public health measures and guidelines in regions across Alberta is available online here.




New measures at a glance

Unless otherwise stated, the following mandatory restrictions come into effect Nov. 24 and will be in place for at least three weeks.


Physical Distancing





Help prevent the spread of COVID-19 with the ABTraceTogether mobile app.

Prevent the Spread

All Albertans MUST take personal steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections. Protect your loved ones by practicing physical distancing.

How to Self-Isolate

Travellers, close contacts of confirmed cases and anyone with symptoms is legally required to self-isolate.

Masks for Albertans

Albertans are encouraged to wear non-medical masks in public when it’s difficult to maintain physical distancing of 2 metres at all times.

More information on use of masks.


Emergencies can happen anytime


Make a plan. Create a kit. Stay informed.

There are various ways to stay informed of emergencies in the Central Peace and around Alberta.

These include:

  1. Alberta Emergency Alerts are issued to provide you with critical information about an immediate emergency, where it is occurring, and what actions you nee to take. Alerts are distributed in various ways, including: radio, television, social media, RSS feed, and the Alberta Emergency Alert App. Download the app to stay informed through your mobile device.
  2. Wireless alerting is another tool to receive emergency alerts. Wireless public alerts are issued to cell phones within a defined geographic area. These alerts are only issued for threat-to-life situations. You can learn more at alertready.ca, and check if your phone is compatible to receive wireless alerts.  Sign-up is not required as all cell-phones are automatically registered.
  3. Municipal sources: Be careful of the authenticity of some of the information that is being shared. It is best to use trusted municipal sources for local information

4. Other Trusted Sources


If You Do Not Have A Computer – Dial 811

If you, a friend, or a loved one does not have a computer and is concerned about what to do if they are concerned about symptoms please use the 811 Healthlink number at Alberta Health for assistance.

Dispelling Myths About COVID-19

To dispel some of the myths and misinformation about COVID-19 the World Health Organization has posted a page about the virus called Myth busters.

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Phone: 780-864-3760
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