Residents COVID-19 Town of Viking

Limited Restriction Changes - Province of Alberta

Effective Monday, January 18, some province wide restrictions will be eased:
Outdoor social gatherings are allowed up to 10 people. Indoor gatherings remain prohibited.
Personal and wellness services are allowed to open by appointment only.
Funeral ceremony attendance has been increased to 20 people, with mandatory masking and 2 metre physical distancing. Funeral receptions are not allowed.
All other mandatory restrictions will remain in place until further notice.

December 10, 2020

The Town office is open by appointment only. Please call 780-336-3466. Thank you.


NOTICE OF Apple FITNESS CENTRE CLOSURE at the Viking Carena Complex

The Apple Fitness Centre will be closed at 7:00 PM Friday December 11, 2020 until further notice.
This is in compliance with the new Alberta Health Service Public Health orders issued on December 8, 2020.
More information on the new restrictions can be found at the Alberta Health website.
Thank you for your understanding. Don R. McLeod, CAO, Town of Viking


Update from the Province of Alberta

December 8, 2020

Province wide restrictions were announced today, please click here to learn how this change affects you.


Friday, November 27, 2020

Currently there is no mask bylaw in the Town of Viking.

The Beaver County mask bylaw does not extend into the towns and villages within its boundaries.

Although there is no mask bylaw in effect, in Viking, we strongly encourage all citizens to wear a mask when they are outside their homes.

Businesses are free to set their own guidelines. If they require masks in store that’s their policy, if you don’t like it don’t go in.

The Carena Kitchen is now closed and all ice activities have ceased for the 3-week period ending December 13, 2020, unless the Province extends the time.
Thank you,
Don R. McLeod - RMA
Chief Administrative Officer
M -780-336-3466



News from Town of Viking Town of Viking Enhanced Status

Thursday November 26, 2020


We have received notice from the Province of Alberta, Beaver County, as well as all communities falling within the boundaries (Towns, Villages and Hamlets)  have now been placed under an enhanced notification. 
Please note many of the restrictions as they will apply to Viking, below: 

  • 10 active cases, for a case rate of 98.1 per 100,000 people.
For reference, the threshold for moving to Enhanced Status is an active case rate of 50 per 100,000 with at least 10 active cases.


Effective November 24, the following measures are in place across Alberta: 

  • No indoor social gatherings in any setting
  • Outdoor gatherings have a maximum attendance of 10
  • Weddings and funeral services have a maximum attendance of 10, with no receptions permitted
  • No festivals or events
  • Grades 7-12 will be doing at-home learning between November 30, 2020 to January 11, 2021
  • ECS-Grade 6 at-home learning after break until January 11, 2021
  • Working from home should be considered, where possible
Areas under Enhanced Status will now have additional measures in place, including:
  • Places of worship at 1/3 normal attendance with mandatory masking
  • Restricted access to some businesses starting November 27, 2020
Recreation based restrictions will come into effect November 27, 2020. 


More information on the new measures, including the specific restrictions on businesses, can be found here.

We encourage all with questions, and full information to please refer to the Provincial Government website for specific details.
Additional information:

  • This effectively cancels any remaining Christmas program.
  • The Carena kitchen will be closed and all on ice activity will cease.
  • The Apple Fitness Centre can stay open as it is now.
  • These restrictions are in effect until December 13, 2020.






Revised November 12, 2020: Viking Carena Complex Covid-19 User Agreement



Phase 2 Relaunch - June 12, 2020

Supplied by the Government of Alberta

Click here to view. 





From Alberta Government

This document has been developed to support all business and sectors (excluding health care settings) in reducing the risk 
of transmission of COVID-19 among workers, volunteers and patrons. This document outlines the criteria that should be addressed in individual, written workplace policies and procedures established to address the COVID-19 pandemic response. All workplaces are expected to develop and implement these policies and procedures prior to re-opening or continuing operations after May 1, 2020. Industries or business with specialized operations or aspects may be subject to additional guidance. Any additional guidance made available is intended to augment this document.




COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic - 2020 COVID-19 Alberta Government

Please refer to the following links from the Alberta Government on how to protect yourself and your family.
These include self-isolation requirements, social distancing, washing your hands, support for employees and employers, travel advice, restrictions on gathering.




Daily updates on COVID-19

from the Alberta Government
Click here to view daily statistics on the spread of COVID-19 in Alberta.
COVID-19 Stats Page










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