Alberta Premier Jason Kenny made the announcement at a news conference Friday that the province has crossed the 70% milestone of eligible population, receiving at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
From 1Is In July, almost all public health restrictions will be lifted in Alberta.
Indoor social gatherings will no longer be banned and restrictions on public gatherings will be lifted.
This also applies to the limitations surrounding the capacity of restaurants, shops and places of worship.
However, the province suggests that in some cases wearing a mask is mandatory. Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 should also continue to be self-isolated.
The government would like to point out that COVID-19 will continue to roam the province.
Common sense is always the order of the day. Wash your hands, stay home if you are sick, get tested if you have symptoms, Stressed Alberta Health Minister Tyler Sandro.
The second dose of the vaccine
The Alberta government has announced that it is accelerating the distribution of second-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Individuals who receive their first dose in May can make an appointment 10 days in advance, Friday, the day the province is originally scheduled.
Those who receive their first dose in June can make an appointment four weeks after vaccination.