Latest update May 13, 2021, at 4 p.m.
The City of Leduc is identified as a high case region. Information on outbreaks in Alberta is provided by the province as well as a number of guidance documents to help various sectors of the community.
Recent provincial announcements:
- Albertans who are unable to wear a mask due to a medical condition are required to have a medical exception letter from an authorized health professional.
- Albertans are asked to notify their employer if they test positive for COVID-19. If additional close contacts are identified at the workplace, they will be notified of close contact requirements. Online contact tracing tools are available for employers to support them in collecting information from their staff and patrons.
- All Kindergarten to Grade 12 learning will take place online until May 25.
- Fines for individual non-compliance has increased to $2,000.
Vaccine information and availability
Phase 3 in the vaccine program is now available. Every Albertan born in 2009 or earlier can now book an appointment for vaccination. Please review the list/map of pharmacies and other health care providers where COVID-19 vaccination can be booked. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine program in Alberta.
The new measures include:
- Workplaces with outbreaks must close immediately for 10 days, with exemptions for critical or essential workplaces
- Post secondary will move to online learning
- Retail services limit to 10% of fire code capacity
- Outdoor social gatherings will be limited to 5 people
- Places of worship will be limited to 15 people
- Funerals limited to 10 people
Effective 11:59 p.m. Sunday, May 9, 2021:
- Personal wellness services will close for 3 weeks
- Restaurants, pubs, eatery for any in-person dining, including patio service, must close for 3 weeks. Delivery and curbside service only
- Outdoor sport and recreation limited to household and close contacts only
- Youth/adult performances not permitted
- Indoor fitness will remain closed
Public Health Order
As of May 10, a new public health order will be issued pertaining to easing restrictions that affect long-term and continuing care facilities:
- Increase in the number of designated support people from 2 to 4 people per resident
- Allow indoor and outdoor social visits
- Health and safety measures do remain in place
COVID-19 variants are highly transmissible and are considered the dominant strain in active virus cases in our province. Detailed information about the COVID-19 variants can be found through Alberta.ca. Variant statistics are available through the province’s website. NOTE: the City of Leduc falls under the Edmonton zone.
Contact tracing apps:
- Click on ‘Geospatial’
- Scroll down to the ‘Active cases’ map at the bottom of the page
- Zoom in on the City of Leduc municipality
- Hover your cursor (mouse) over the municipal boundary to get the latest statistics
The Government of Alberta requires mandatory masking while in any public and work space, which currently takes precedence over any local bylaw. As of March 8, 2021, Leduc City Council suspended Leduc's Face Covering Bylaw indefinitely. Click HERE for more information.
Facility and operational updates
Face coverings are mandatory, with other safety protocols in place to ensure safe operation for our ridership. Visit Leductransit.ca for more information.
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Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts
Although our doors are closed, work is taking place in the background so we're ready to welcome back our patrons once it's safe to do so.
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