Albertans who are symptomatic, who are a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19, or who have been linked to a confirmed outbreak, can complete a self-assessment and book testing through the AHS website. Alberta's top doctor said both patients had comorbidities, or other chronic conditions, but they were not life-threatening illnesses.
Currently, Canada accounts for a total of 324,375 Covid-19 cases and 11,397 deaths, reports Xinhua news agency.
The territory saw 25 new cases on Saturday, including 22 in hard-hit Arviat and three in Whale Cove.
Ottawa, Nov 22 (IANS) Amid the ongoing second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Canada, some of the country's province have reported record high single-day confirmed cases, according to health authorities. There are now 10,655 active cases in the province.More news: Coronavirus: One death and 318 new cases confirmed in Ireland
The province's data site will be updated again on Sunday, and Dr. Deena Hinshaw will return for an in-person update on Monday.
Quebec reported 1,189 new cases on Saturday, raising its total tally to 130,888.
Premier Brian Pallister was put on the defensive on Saturday as he addressed Progressive Conservative party members at a convention, saying "every province west of Nova Scotia has its highest numbers in the last few days, including Manitoba".
This is the 16th straight day in which Ontario has reported case counts in the quadruple digits.More news: Singapore-Hong Kong air travel bubble postponed
This is the third day in a row a new record of daily cases has been reached.
It was another record-breaking day related to COVID-19 in Canada.
Tam reported 52,739 active infections across the country, with an average of 71 deaths and 1,840 people treated in hospital every day between Nov.13 to 19.More news: Sia's movie slammed for portrayal of autism, singer blasts critic