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There are Indications of Covid-19 Community Transmission in Winnipeg.

Manitoba Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin has released the latest COVID-19 numbers. He announced 24 new cases taking their total to 127, the total number of deaths related to COVID -19 remains at one, four individuals are hospitalized, three of those are in intensive care and their data indicates four individuals are listed as recovered.

             

Roussin reports public health officials are seeing signs of community transmission in Winnipeg and they have not been able to confirm if there’s any connection to travel or confirmed cases.  He notes they knew to expect this as more cases are introduced to the jurisdiction so now is the time to stay home and if you must go out for essentials practice social distancing at all times.

 

The number of deaths in Saskatchewan from COVID-19 has risen to three. The Ministry of Health says a patient in their 80s died from complications related to the virus. The province reported nine new cases of the virus yesterday bringing the total to 193.  The Justice Minister says that includes five staff at a Saskatoon jail but no inmates have tested positive.

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