This map shows which areas of Calgary have been hit hardest by COVID-19

One part of Calgary had as many as 29 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Monday afternoon, while others have only one or two. Find out where in this map released by the province.

One area had as many as 29 confirmed cases of COVID-19 while others have one or two

This map, derived from provincial data released on the afternoon of March 24, shows where confirmed cases of COVID-19 are in Calgary. (CBC)

The province has released more detailed data on where confirmed COVID-19 cases are in Alberta, including a more refined breakdown of cases in Calgary. 

As of Monday afternoon, the northwest of the city is the hardest hit with 29 confirmed cases, while Calgary East has  only one confirmed case. The densely populated Calgary Centre North has only two confirmed cases. 

Of the 188 cases in the Calgary zone, the new data shows 155 of those are in the city proper, while the remaining 33 are spread across the region. The region stretches from Didsbury in the north to Claresholm in the south, and from Banff in the west to Gleichen in the east. 

Two of those cases are in the Canmore health office but so far there are no confirmed cases on Tsuut'ina First Nation, which is located within that region.

The province says there are two cases where geographic information is not known and those two cases are not listed on the Alberta-wide map. 

Explore the full map and data here

CBC Alberta is also doing a daily web story that brings you all the highlights on the latest COVID-19 developments in the province.

You can see the one for Tuesday here: What you need to know about COVID-19 in Alberta on Tuesday, March 24


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