No new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed by the Stoney Health Services for Morley in their latest report and the number of active cases has dropped to 100.

That's good news for a community that had reported 209 cases on Jan. 18. It's the first time active cases have fallen under 100 since Jan. 12, when there were 86 known cases.

A total of 3,274 tests have been completed and 292 people have recovered from the virus.

Sadly, a fifth death was reported on Jan. 23.

Heightened restrictions remain in place in the community and drive-thru testing continues at its Centex gas station daily from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It's available for anyone who wishes to be tested. Those participating are asked to bring their health card.

As well, students are out of school and learning from home.

In yesterday's updated figures from Alberta Health Services, Cochrane dropped to 24 confirmed cases, and there were 58 in Rocky View County.