The province has provided the latest COVID-19 numbers. 
 
As of Friday (Sept.17) afternoon, 80 per cent of eligible Albertans had received the first dose of vaccine. In a release from the province, daily vaccine doses nearly tripled on Sept.16, just one day after the province announced a new round of restrictions. 
 
A total of 5.75-million doses of the vaccine have now been administered in the province; 80.1 per cent of eligible Albertans have received at least one dose, while 71.8 per cent are fully vaccinated. 
 
2,020 new cases of the virus were reported in the province Friday; currently, there are 19,201 active cases of COVID-19 in Alberta. 
 
911 people are in the hospital and 215 are in intensive care.  
 
The province also reported 18 new deaths Friday. A total of 2,523 Albertans have now passed away from COVID-19.  
   
Local numbers  
   
The first number is the active case count on Thursday (Sept.16) for the area, and the second is the updated total as of Friday:  
- Fort Saskatchewan: 117 cases - 122 cases  
- Sherwood Park: 258 cases - 247 cases  
- Strathcona County: 110 cases - 104 cases  
- Sturgeon County: 135 cases - 143 cases  
- Morinville: 58 cases - 62 cases  
- Lamont County: 53 cases - 49 cases  
    
Vaccinations  
   
The total per cent of people fully immunized with the vaccine as of Friday:  
- Fort Saskatchewan: 60.2 per cent  
- Sherwood Park: 71.2 per cent  
- Strathcona County: 64.4 per cent  
- Sturgeon County West (including Morinville): 56.6 per cent  
- Sturgeon County East: 56.6 per cent  
- Lamont County: 53.8 per cent