COVID-19 Information for Chestermere

About Coronavirus

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pneumonia outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus a pandemic with sustained risk of further global spread. If you have symptoms, stay at home and use this self-assessment tool to help determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19. 

Current Cases:

As of the end of the day on July 27, AHS indicates that Chestermere has 15 active (1,484 total) cases of COVID-19.

NOTE: These numbers will only be updated weekly. To view daily statistics, visit the AHS statistics page, under ’geospatial’ and then use the map near the bottom of the page to find Chestermere.

Vaccination Information

Visit for the current groups who are eligible to receive a vaccine. 

For information on which pharmacies are booking vaccine appointments, use the interactive map found at 

Local Known Vaccination Locations:

  1. Shoppers Drug Mart (can call direct 403-207-1875)
  2. Remedy's Rx (Lake Med) (can call direct 403-719-8270 or complete online application portal: MedMe Health (
  3. Kinniburgh Centre (call 811)

Note: Vaccine supplies vary as the Province receives shipments and distributes them to local pharmacies. Upon booking, your pharmacy can provide more information about their current supply status.

Current Regulations


  • Mandatory Mask Bylaw: On July 6, 2021, City Council repealed the temporary mask bylaw, which means that masks are no longer required in Chestermere.

    However, the rise of variant cases, particularly the Delta Variant, have prompted health officials to continue recommending voluntary mask usage in both crowded indoor and outdoor spaces.

    Please note that according to the Provincial Government, masks will still be required for transit, taxis, hospitals, and continuing care settings in Alberta.

    Thank you for doing your part over the past 16 months!


Stage 3 of the Province’s Open for Summer Plan began on July 1.

  • All COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, including the ban on indoor social gatherings.
  • Isolation requirements for confirmed cases of COVID-19 and some protective measures in continuing care settings are still required.
  • The general indoor provincial mask mandate has been lifted, but masking is still required in limited and specific settings such as transit, taxis, hospitals, and continuing care settings in Alberta. 
  • Some business may still require that customers wear a mask

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  • Quarantine & International Travel: To limit the spread of COVID-19, travellers entering Canada must follow the rules set out by the emergency orders under the Quarantine Act