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Provincial COVID-19 data for St. Albert as of April 5.

Cochrane has added 35 new cases since Thursday for a total of 82 active cases.

Some 26 cases of COVID-19 have been linked to those sites and to household contacts.

Morinville has 14 active cases, more than doubling the amount of active cases from Thursday, which was six.

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"At this time, the outbreak appears linked to a large employer with multiple sites across Western Canada", said Hinshaw in a tweet on Monday.

Chief medical health officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw says on Twitter that it's believed it started with a traveller returning to Alberta from out of province.

She says the outbreak has been confined to 3 work sites in Central and North Zone, where employees travelled between sites.

The province saw another 887 new cases in the past 24 hours after 9,102 tests were performed for a positivity rate of 9.89%.

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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is reinstituting some public-health restrictions, saying that variant cases of COVID-19 continue to soar and are on track to swamp the health system by mid-May.

"I am concerned about the rising cases, including variants, in our province".

Currently, 312 people are in hospital with 76 people now in the ICU.

Over the weekend, the province learned of four new COVID-19-related deaths.

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