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Manitoba and Saskatchewan Invest in Support Programs as COVID-19 Numbers Remain Low.

Manitoba Public Health officials reported this afternoon there are no new cases of COVID-19.  The total number of reported cases remains at 304, no individuals are in hospital, there are five active cases and 292 individuals have recovered.

             

The Manitoba government has partnered with community based organizations to deliver nutritious food and family friendly recipes to about six thousand children in pilot sites across the province supported by new online resources on nutrition and meal preparation. It will be delivered in Winnipeg, Brandon, Cross Lake and by the Bayline Regional Round Table.

 

             

Meanwhile Saskatchewan reported one new case in the Saskatoon region.  The provincial total is now 684 with 40 considered active, 631 individuals have recovered and two are receiving inpatient care with one in intensive care.

             

Saskatchewan is investing more than 80 million dollars in long term care facilities across the province including a new facility in La Ronge as well as 82 priority renewal projects in 51 long term care facilities across the province.

 

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