No new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba were announced on Saturday


For the fourth consecutive day, public health officials have announced no new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.This leaves the total number of laboratory confirmed and probable positive cases in Manitoba at 325 since the beginning of March. The online data will be updated on Monday, the province announced on Twitter.

On Friday, Manitoba’s active workload remained unchanged at 16 and there were a total of 302 recoveries. Since early February, nearly 65,000 laboratory tests have been performed at the provincial laboratory in Cadham.

Friday, Health Links – Info Sante phone lines were temporarily experiencing technical difficulties with callers unable to get through. The technical problems were quickly resolved and the service was operational again after just over an hour.


Two Minnesota people were fined $ 1,000 for not being quarantined after entering Canada.

Ontario Provincial Police in the Rainy River District said two people were isolated for two weeks while at the Fort Frances border crossing last Wednesday.

However, police said the two men were seen making stops at Fort Frances instead of going directly to their destination.

The OPP accused a 66-year-old man and 65-year-old woman from Excelsior, Minnesota, of failing to comply with mandatory quarantine law.


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