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Alberta’s chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, announced 20 deaths from COVID-19 in the province on Monday, making it the deadliest day in Alberta since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Alberta’s death toll now stands at 427. That means approximately one-quarter of all fatalities have happened since Nov. 1.

Of the deaths, eight were reported in the Edmonton zone, seven were in the Calgary zone, three were in the South zone and one death was reported in both the North and Central zones.

Hinshaw also said 860 new COVID-19 cases were identified in the province, with 264 Albertans in hospital and 57 in intensive care.

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