A person who had fled to Leducen a month earlier confirmed a well-informed case was not well vaccinated.
Inuvik, he went to NWT from an international location and stayed at Leduc from 12 to 13 February.
Damien Healy, spokeswoman for the Northwest Territories Government (GNWT), confirmed that an infected individual was not properly vaccinated.
The nightmare asked the Alberta Health Services (AHS) to make a public alert last weekend.
Everyone from AHS said since 1970, and has received fewer doses than doses of alcohol that could be dangerous in the face of an infected person.
On Sunday side, Gloria Keays, a medical doctor at AHS, said she could not give personal information about individual travel due to confidentiality laws.
Keays said Alberta had an 80-90 percent vaccination rate, from one region to another. The average national is 95 percent.
Keays has said that this is the case in Albertans's remembrance of the vaccine.
The symptoms of rodents are higher than 38 C; cough, nose, and red eyes; and a red blotchy face that creates a wide body that starts with the face and face on the face.
In 2017 there were two cases in the province of Elgorri. Since 2012, Alberta has taken 78 cases, 44 in 2013 and 29 in 2014, according to Alberta Salud.