COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Ian Kucerak/Postmedia Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta chief medical officer of health, gives her final regularly scheduled COVID-19 update during a press conference at the Federal Building in Edmonton, on Tuesday, June 29, 2021.

With news on COVID-19 happening rapidly, we’ve created this page to bring you our latest stories and information on the outbreak in and around Calgary.

What’s happening now

  • Canada is now requiring travellers arriving at Canadian airports to undergo a COVID-19 test, unless they are arriving from the U.S.
  • Canada has added three more African countries to its border closure list.
  • Dr. Deena Hinshaw has confirmed the Omicron variant has now been found in Alberta.
  • The City of Calgary will let its State of Local Emergency expire on Thursday, Dec. 2. Masking and vaccine passport bylaws will remain in place.
  • Alberta Health Services is delaying the implementation of its COVID-19 vaccine mandate and introducing a rapid testing program in areas where the vaccine requirement could cause staffing shortages.
  • More than 100 travellers who recently returned to Alberta from countries where the Omicron variant is spreading have been instructed to quarantine, as Premier Jason Kenney announced new measures meant to contain the variant of concern on Monday.
  • While the Omicron variant has been detected in Ontario, an infectious disease expert says it’s likely inevitable it makes its way into Alberta.
  • A COVID-19 adviser to the South Africa government and the Pretoria doctor who first sounded the alarm about the new strain says symptoms linked to the Omicron variant have been mild so far, but the WHO cautions there’s “no information” symptoms are different from other strains.

  • Canada has banned the entry of foreign nationals who have travelled in seven southern African countries in the past 14 days.

Alberta reports 238 new cases, six deaths

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
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Here are updated COVID-19 numbers released by Alberta Health Services on Tuesday:

  • Alberta is reporting 238 new cases Tuesday.
  • Six new COVID-related deaths have been reported to Alberta Health Services. There have been 123 deaths in November and 3,248 since the start of the pandemic.
  • There are 434 people in hospital with COVID-19, two more than reported Monday. There are 81 people in intensive care, four more than Monday.
  • There are now 4,545 active infections in Alberta, a drop of 305 from Monday. The Calgary zone has 1,761 active cases, down 86 from Monday.
  • There were 5,350 tests conducted Monday, with a 4.36% positivity rate (seven-day average).
  • Currently, 83.9% of Albertans age 12+ are fully vaccinated. Of children age 5-11, 6.9% have received their first shot (26,844 total doses).

All travellers arriving by air, except from U.S., need COVID-19 test at airport

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
A Delta Airlines flight lands at the Calgary International Airport on Thursday, November 18, 2021.

All air travellers entering Canada, except for those coming from the United States, will now need to be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival at the airport and isolate until they get their results, even if they are fully vaccinated against the virus.

Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said the government will consult with provinces and territories Tuesday evening, before bringing in similar measures for travellers coming from the U.S.

The federal government is also expanding its border closure to foreign nationals who have recently travelled through three more African countries where officials first became aware of the new variant. The ban will now apply to Egypt, Malawi and Nigeria, in addition to the seven southern African countries announced last week.

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Hinshaw says Omicron variant has been detected in Alberta

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
Alberta chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw.

Alberta chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw said there is now one confirmed case of the Omicron variant of COVID-19

The case was confirmed in a person who was travelling from Nigeria and the Netherlands. The person was found to be positive while they were asymptomatic, and they have remained in quarantine.

Hinshaw said it is important not to stigmatize the person who tested positive, as they did nothing wrong.

There have been 238 new cases of COVID-19 identified in the past 24 hours, and six new deaths.

The individual tested positive while asymptomatic and has not left quarantine since their arrival from international travel, Hinshaw says.

— Brittany Gervais (@BrittGervaisAB) November 30, 2021

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Watch a livestream of her press conference below.

Calgary to end State of Local Emergency on Thursday

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Provided by Calgary Herald Calgary City Hall was photographed on Monday, November 22, 2021.

The City of Calgary’s current state of local emergency will be allowed to expire on Thursday, as the powers it grants are no longer deemed necessary.

The state of local emergency has been in place since Sept. 3. The city’s Municipal Emergency Plan will remain active, and the vaccine passport and face covering bylaws will remain in place.

In a release from the city, Calgary Emergency Management Agency Chief Susan Henry said citizens need remain vigilant.

“While it’s encouraging to see the case counts and severe outcomes are trending downward again, we remain in a pandemic and cannot drop our guard against this virus,” she said. “Calgarians know what we need to do. We need to get vaccinated, follow the public health rules and work together to prevent the spread.”

In the same release, Mayor Jyoti Gondek said widespread uptake of vaccines plus masking has allowed businesses and the economy to remain open.

“Calgarians must remember the pandemic is not yet over and we must remain vigilant,” said Gondek. “Please continue to wear your masks and get yourself and your kids vaccinated.”

Unvaccinated travellers barred from planes and trains as of today

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
A WestJet Boeing 737 lands at the Calgary International Airport on Nov. 18, 2021.

Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 won’t be able to board a plane or train in Canada beginning today, and a negative COVID-19 test will no longer serve as a substitute for most people.

The policy came into effect on Oct. 30, but the federal government allowed a short transition period for unvaccinated travellers who could board as long as they provided a negative molecular COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before their trip.

The stringent new requirement comes into effect as Canada reacts to the emergence of the new, highly mutated Omicron variant of COVID-19.

The discovery of the new variant has prompted border closures and heavier screening in Canada and abroad over fears it could prove more transmissible.

Read more.

Moderna CEO warns COVID-19 shots less effective against Omicron — and stock markets are spooked

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Tony Caldwell/Postmedia/Photo Illustration Moderna’s CEO set off fresh alarm bells after he warned that COVID-19 vaccines were unlikely to be as effective against the Omicron variant as they have been against the Delta version.

Drugmaker Moderna’s CEO set off fresh alarm bells in financial markets on Tuesday after he warned that COVID-19 vaccines were unlikely to be as effective against the Omicron variant as they have been against the Delta version.

Crude oil futures shed more than a dollar, the Australian currency hit a year low, and Nikkei gave up gains as Stéphane Bancel’s comments spurred fears that vaccine resistance could lead to more sickness and hospitalizations, prolonging the pandemic.

“There is no world, I think, where (the effectiveness) is the same level . . . we had with Delta,” Moderna CEO Bancel  told the Financial Times in an interview.

“I think it’s going to be a material drop. I just don’t know how much because we need to wait for the data. But all the scientists I’ve talked to … are like ‘this is not going to be good’,” Bancel said.

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Alberta’s vaccine QR code now meets Canadian standards

After a delay with technical issues, Alberta’s COVID records website has now been updated with the new QR code to meet Canadian Standards.

This record should be printed or screenshot as your proof of vaccination when travelling internationally and within Canada.

Businesses or venues will scan the QR code with an app to verify vaccination status. The province also points out that this does not store any personal information.

Monday

806 new cases, seven deaths over three days

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Provided by Calgary Herald

Here are updated COVID-19 numbers released by Alberta Health Services on Monday:

  • Alberta is reporting a total of 806 new cases over Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • There were seven COVID-related deaths reported to Alberta Health Services over those three days. There have been 118 deaths in November and 3,242 since the start of the pandemic.
  • There are 432 people in hospital with COVID-19, 23 fewer than Friday. There are 77 people in intensive care, 12 fewer than Friday.
  • There are now 4,850 active infections in Alberta, a drop of 167. The Calgary zone has 1,847 active cases, down 27.
  • There were 19,156 tests conducted over three days, with a 4.48% positivity rate (seven-day average).
Monday

Alberta enhancing contact tracing for returning travellers in effort to curb transmission of Omicron variant

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Darren Makowichuk/Postmedia Premier Jason Kenney.

More than 100 travellers who recently returned to Alberta from countries where the Omicron variant is spreading have been instructed to quarantine, as Premier Jason Kenney announced new measures meant to contain the variant of concern on Monday.

The eventual arrival of the Omicron variant to the province  is expected;  however, enhanced contact tracing and notification, PCR testing for close contacts and rapid testing for households and settings like schools are being introduced for cases of COVID-19 detected among returning international travellers in an effort to curb transmission.

As well, for any Omicron cases among people who did not travel, Kenney said all close contacts will be investigated and asked about symptoms 14 days after exposure.

Read more.

Monday

With about 3,000 staff unvaccinated, AHS delays jab mandate, introduces rapid testing in some areas

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Provided by Calgary Herald Dr. Verna Yiu, president and CEO of Alberta Health Services.

Alberta Health Services is delaying the implementation of its COVID-19 vaccine mandate and introducing a rapid testing program in areas where the vaccine requirement could cause staffing shortages.

The provincial government directed the health authority’s policy changes after about 3,000 AHS staff either did not provide proof of vaccination or decided not to get the shot ahead of the Nov. 30 deadline. That deadline has been extended to Dec. 13. It’s the second time AHS has pushed back its staff vaccine mandate, after  previously giving staff an extra month  to get their shots.

Rapid testing will only be an option beginning Dec. 13 for unvaccinated employees in a “small number” of clinical workplaces where there would be a “significant risk of service disruption” if staff were put on a leave of absence.

AHS CEO Dr. Verna Yiu said the health authority has done all it can to encourage unvaccinated staff to roll up their sleeves  since announcing the policy in late August.

She said rapid testing will only be available as a temporary alternative to immunization in a very limited scope of workplaces.

Read more.

Monday

Alberta human rights review rejects shopper’s mandatory masking complaint

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Provided by Calgary Herald Community Natural Foods was photographed on Thursday, July 8, 2021.

Alberta’s human rights commission will not hear the case of a Calgary man who says a retailer’s mandatory masking policy discriminates against his physical disability and religious beliefs.

David Pelletier argued Community Natural Foods infringed his rights by refusing him entry into a store without a mask last January.

An initial investigation of his complaint recommended it be dismissed; a decision that was upheld in a second review completed by commission chief Michael Gottheil.

Read more.

Monday

$2,000 fine imposed on Edmonton lawyer found in contempt for not wearing mask in court

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© David Bloom Defence lawyer Peter Royal.

A judge ruled Monday that an Edmonton lawyer who refused to wear a face mask in court during the COVID-19 pandemic acted in contempt and imposed a fine.

Peter Royal, a prominent defence lawyer, was cited with contempt of court after a July 21 hearing in which he refused the orders of Judge Marilena Carminati to wear a face-covering while speaking.

As a result of the incident, that trial was adjourned.

While reading his decision, Judge Bruce Fraser, who was brought in from Calgary for the proceedings, noted that the July hearing was part of a sexual assault trial that had already been adjourned three times.

While Royal was not counsel on the previous trial dates, Fraser said, he was counsel on the July date and either had to know or ought to have known the history of the file, and his defiance interfered with the fair and orderly administration of justice by obstructing the proceedings of that trial.

Read more.

Monday

What is known so far about the Omicron variant, which has been found in Canada

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP via Getty Images A passenger walks through the Schiphol airport in Amsterdam on Monday. Dutch health authorities said as of Nov. 29, the Omicron variant has been detected in 14 passengers arriving from South Africa.

Canada’s first two cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant of concern were confirmed Sunday in Ottawa, and a third case was confirmed in Quebec on Monday.

The variant, which may be more transmissible, was first detected in South Africa, where it coincided with a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. Here’s what we know about it so far.

Read more.

Monday

Omicron variant likely in global circulation for ‘weeks if not months’ as Canada discovers more cases

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images International travellers wearing personal protective equipment arrive at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport on Nov. 29, 2021, as Australia records its first cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

The new Omicron variant of the coronavirus is likely already in circulation in Canada, health officials said Monday, as cases were reported in Quebec and Ontario, just as they have been across Europe and Africa, just days after the World Health Organization flagged the potentially dangerous new mutation.

After finding the first two North American cases in travellers from Nigeria, health officials in Ontario are anticipating imminent test results from four other people suspected of having this worrying new strain of the virus that causes COVID-19. Quebec reported its first confirmed case Monday afternoon.

Read more.

Monday

How Omicron could impact the economy as virus reaches from Australia to Canada in widening spread

COVID-19 Update: 238 new cases, six deaths | Omicron surfaces in Alberta | Calgary to end state of local emergency on Thursday
© Reuters/Dado Ruvic/Illustration The omicron variant of COVID-19, first identified in South Africa, has been detected in locations from Australia to Germany and Canada, showing the difficulties of curtailing new strains.

The Omicron variant is dealing a blow to optimistic hopes that the world economy would enter 2022 on a firmer footing, potentially undermining plans by policy makers to focus on inflation rather than weak demand.

The imposition of travel restrictions will shake consumer and corporate confidence, likely limiting activity in some places just as the holiday season gets underway in many economies. Japan will effectively ban the entry of all foreign visitors as part of its plan to curb the virus spread, broadcaster NTV reported.

The Omicron variant of COVID-19, first identified in South Africa, has been detected in locations  from Australia to Germany and Canada, showing the difficulties of curtailing new strains.

Researchers worldwide are racing to  understand the full impact of the new strain  , and governments have banned travellers from South Africa and nearby countries on concerns omicron could evade the protection of vaccines and fuel new surges.

Read more.

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