Public Health Officials reported this afternoon there are no new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba. The total number of cases remains at 298, no individuals are in hospital, there are seven active cases and 284 individuals have recovered.
Public Health also advises when the weather heats up and people venture out to beaches and parks visitors are reminded to know their limits and to supervise and keep children within arm’s reach at all times. Standard physical distancing practices should be followed including two meters or six feet of separation from other beach users outside your family group and four meters or 12 feet of separation between each group’s towels or blankets on the beach to allow for foot traffic to and from the water.
Saskatchewan reports one new case of COVID-19 in the Saskatoon region bringing the provincial total to 648. 29 cases are considered active, six more people have recovered for a total of 608 and there are currently two people in hospital both in intensive care. Starting Monday some restrictions are being lifted including travel within the north and on businesses, gyms and fitness facilities, houses of worship and restaurants and licensed establishments. Complete details on the re-open plan can be found at www.saskatchewan.ca/re-open.