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Coronavirus Information Updates

News and Updates from The Town of Slave Lake about COVID-19.

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January 27, 2021 3:44 PM

COVID-19 Update for January 27th 2021

There has been a decrease in active cases in the Slave Lake Region over the last 24 hours. The Region is now recording 26 cases of COVID-19.

Since the start of the global pandemic there have been 183 recorded cases of COVID-19 in the Slave Lake Region. Of the 183 active cases, 157 cases have recovered.

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January 26, 2021 3:45 PM

COVID-19 Update for January 26th 2021

There has been no increase in the active case count of COVID-19 in the Slave Lake Region today, there are still 28 cases of COVID-19 active in the region.

Since the start of the global pandemic there have been 178 recorded cases of COVID-19 in the Slave Lake Region. Of the 178 active cases, 150 cases have recovered.

January 25, 2021 5:05 PM

COVID-19 Update for January 25th 2021

The Slave Lake Region is now recording 28 active cases of COVID-19 in the Region. This is an increase of five active cases since Fridays update.

Since the start of the global pandemic there have been 177 recorded cases of COVID-19 in the Slave Lake Region. Of the 177 active cases, 149 cases have recovered.

The Alberta Government has extended the mandatory closures of all recreation facilities.

This means the Multi-Recreation Centre and the Northern Lake Aquatic Centre will remain closed indefinitely. Once the Town is advised on a possible relaunch date we will announce dates pertaining to our facilities.

This will be dependent on the recall of our staff and the restrictions that are in place upon relaunch.

In the meantime, we would encourage everyone to enjoy the outdoor recreational activities that exist in our community, that can be done following the restrictions, such as skating (at one of our fabulous outdoor rinks), sledding, walking/running, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing.