Alberta’s Open for Summer plan provides a three-stage road map to lifting health restrictions and safely getting back to normal, as long as public health measures are followed in the short term and vaccination numbers continue to rise.
The plan is based on vaccination thresholds and hospitalization. Public health restrictions will be lifted at each stage:
➡️ Stage 1: two weeks after 50% of Albertans 12+ received at least one dose and hospitalizations are below 800 and declining
➡️ Stage 2: two weeks after 60% of Albertans 12+ have received at least one dose and hospitalizations are below 500 and declining
➡️ Stage 3: two weeks after 70% of Albertans 12+ have received at least one dose
Alberta will enter Stage 1 on June 1, having reached the 50% threshold on May 18. The province is projected to enter Stage 2 in mid-June and Stage 3 in late-June or early July.
These are estimates only. Provincial COVID-19 restrictions will continue to be monitored throughout the re-opening.