A Calgary hotel that has been transformed into a COVID-19 isolation site for people with no fixed address is about one-tenth full more than a week after it opened.

People are gradually being transferred from shelters and hospitals to the hotel, where 100 rooms spread over four floors have been set aside for the assisted isolation site that opened April 6.

“The site is coming along very rapidly and ,given the quick pace that we’ve moved, it’s pretty incredible what we’ve managed to achieve,” said Dr. Kerri Treherne, the medical lead on the project, said Wednesday.