All 21 people known to have battled COVID-19 in the Cochrane-Springbank geographical area have recovered.
In today's update from Alberta Health officials, there was zero next to the map of the Cochrane-Springbank area.
Reaching zero pays tribute to the due diligence of residents and officials in fighting the spread of the virus.
Rocky View County has only one remaining active cases of the 44 who tested positive.
It's quite a different story just down the road in Calgary, where there remain 223 active cases.
Health officials reported 40 new cases across the province.
There are currently 336 active cases, less than five per cent of the 7,138 people who contracted the virus.
Forty-four Albertans remain in hospital, six of whom are in intensive care.
In total, 6,656 Albertans have recovered from COVID-19. No new deaths have been reported.
Other details included in the update are:
- Cases have been identified in all zones across the province:
- Calgary zone: 223 active cases and 4,606 recovered
- South zone: 18 active cases and 1,219 recovered
- Edmonton zone: 76 active cases and 505 recovered
- North zone: 17 active cases and 218 recovered
- Central zone: 0 active cases and 96 recovered
- 2 active case and 12 recovered cases in zones to be confirmed
- Additional information, including case totals, is online.
- To date, 694 cases have an unknown exposure.
- So far, labs have performed 287,671 tests on 259,031 Albertans, with 5,692 tests completed in the last 24 hours.
- Deaths total 146: 107 in the Calgary zone; 16 in the North zone; 13 in the Edmonton zone; 9 in the South zone; and 1 in the Central zone.
- There are 29 active cases and 688 recovered cases at continuing care facilities; 112 facility residents have died.
For the first time since the pandemic began, Alberta Health officials won't be providing a daily update on Sunday.
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, chief medical officer of health, will be providing an update on Monday afternoon.