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Following Present Health Orders Will Reduce Restrictions.

Manitoba Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin stated they are hoping people will follow present orders to avoid further restrictions.  He says with the of level of restrictions we have right now, with the vaccine rates that we have right now, if we can get buy in for what we’re trying to do right now, buy in for those fundamentals, buy in for following the current orders, we can see that transmission decrease and can break up many of these transmission chains if we get buy in for what we have right now.

              Manitoba public health reported 162 new cases of COVID-19 this afternoon bringing the five day test positivity rate to 5.7 percent.  Of the new cases 57 are in Southern health and 46 in Winnipeg with lower numbers in other regions including 16 in Northern health where there are 324 active cases.

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