The health and safety of our residents and staff is our top priority. As the pandemic evolves, the City of Medicine Hat continues to support our Alberta Health officials in managing the pandemic by implementing responsible decisions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and to support the community.

During a public health event, Alberta Health Services is the authority. Supporting a safe workplace and ensuring essential services continue to operate smoothly is the primary focus for the City of Medicine Hat.

All residents are encouraged to follow the advice of Alberta Health in helping reduce the spread of the virus.

COVID-19 information

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, please visiting the Government of Alberta's website.

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Vaccination information

Alberta's vaccination program is underway to save lives and livelihoods. 

COVID statistics

For detailed statistics on the spread of COVID-19, visit the Alberta Health statistics page.

To see data specific to Medicine Hat, select the Geospatial tab and zoom in on the map to show the municipal boundaries of Medicine Hat.

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Take care of your mental health

These are unprecedented and uncertain times. Should you or someone you know be struggling through this difficult situation, reach out (virtually) to family, friends, or professionals for access to critical mental health supports.

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Restrictions and closures

As per the provincial mandate, masks are mandatory in all City facilities. Plexiglas barriers and sanitization stations remain in place and additional cleaning will continue. If you prefer to stay at home there are options to conduct business with the City through email, telephone or website.

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Medicine Hat Transit

Riders are required to wear masks while on-board and at bus stops. Non-surgical masks will be offered to passengers on a first come, first serve basis.

Medicine Hat Transit