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Travel is Allowed to Northern Manitoba as COVID-19 Numbers Remain Low While More Cases are Reported in Southern Saskatchewan.

Manitoba public Health Officials reported two new cases of COVID-19 this afternoon.  They are a man in his 30s travel related and a woman in her 50 in close contact with a previously identified case both from the Winnipeg Region.  That brings the provincial total to 318, no individuals are in hospital, 11 cases are active and 300 individuals have recovered.


They also advise new public health orders have been issued including removing restriction on travel to northern Manitoba and remote communities although anyone travelling to northern Manitoba should continue to respect restrictions that have been put in place by local communities and First Nations.  To review orders go to www.manitoba.ca/covid19/soe.html.


Meanwhile Saskatchewan reports 13 new cases of COVID-19 with ten in the South, two in the North and one in the Far North.  That brings the total number of cases reported to 772.  105 cases are considered active, 654 people have recovered and nine are in hospital.


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