Alberta | Coronavirus | Health & Safety

Mandatory isolation, testing to continue indefinitely in Alberta as cases rise

September 8, 2021

The Alberta government has cancelled plans to end the mandatory 10-day isolation requirement for people with confirmed cases of COVID19, and will also maintain contact tracing and testing in their current form. All three preventive measures were expected to wind-down on September 27, however will now continue in light of the rising COVID cases, and resulting demands on the health system.

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John Graham
Director, Government Relations (Prairies)
204 926-8624

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