Alberta confirms 71 new cases of COVID-19, largest single-day increase since May

EDMONTON -- Alberta Health says there are another 71 cases of COVID-19 in the province with no new deaths.

It's the largest day-over-day increase since May 16, when there were 72 new cases.

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