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Manitoba is Starting to Vaccinate People in the General Population.

Manitoba public health reported only 39 new cases of COVID-19 this afternoon bringing the five day test positivity rate to 4.6 percent.  They also reported one additional death in Winnipeg. 


Manitoba’s Medical Lead in the Vaccine Implementation Task Force Dr. Joss Reimer announced appointments for vaccines can now be made by people over the age of 95 and for First Nations people over 75.  She explains appointments can be made on the phone but this can be challenging for some people so they’ve made sure that the call centre is aware they are now allowing caregivers to make appointments as well as to accompany their loved ones to the clinics to provide support.  Those calling will need to provide the numbers on their health card and people who are eligible can call 1-844-626-8222 to make an appointment.


Of the new cases reported 23 are in Winnipeg and ten in Northern health with single digits in other regions.  Of the total 31,590 reported cases 1196 are considered active and 29,507 individuals have recovered.

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