Alberta has recorded 50 flu-related deaths for the 2016/17 season as of Thursday.
The latest report on influenza statistics from Alberta Health Services shows most of the deaths this season have been in Calgary and Edmonton.
The data released March 16 showed 16 deaths in Edmonton and six in the north zone. The number of deaths in the south, Calgary and central zones remained the same since March 2 at seven, 14 and seven, respectively.
Influenza A has made the most people sick this year with 3,637 deaths.
Over 1,300 people have been hospitalized because of the respiratory illness.