Jason Kenney announced he is prepared to begin opening Alberta's economy April 30th at a time when the statistics show that the number of cases in Alberta are on the rise. On the day of the announcement 3 deaths and 190 new cases had been confirmed in Alberta. According to the Alberta Governments tracking of Covid-19 cases, in the past week (April 23-April 30) the Province experienced an increase of 896 cases. With the Calgary and South Zones continually showing increases of greater than 100 infections/day and the Edmonton, North and Central Zones showing increases between 1 and 20 cases. I ask that the government be held accountable for their decision. This requires the release of a clear and concise report to the public that statistically supports their decision and the objective that this decision is attempting to achieve. Contact tracing and testing are vital for understanding the spread of this virus through the population. What are the proportion of tests that have been administered to Albertans' and how many of the positive cases have undergone a thorough contact tracing with all contacts being notified? Does the data support that our 6 weeks of social isolation will not be in vain with the lifting of these restrictions?