Manitoba adds 23 new cases, test positivity rate drops – .

Manitoba breaks one-day record for new COVID-19 cases – fr

WINNIPEG – Manitoba added 23 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

However, the province said three previously reported cases had been suppressed due to a data correction, bringing the overall total to 57,476 since the start of the pandemic.

Of the new cases, nine are from Winnipeg, six are in Southern Health Region, four are in Interlake-Eastern Health Region, and two cases each are in Northern Health Region and Prairie Health Region. Mountain.

Manitoba’s five-day test positivity rate has dropped below three percent and now stands at 2.8 percent, while Winnipeg’s rate continues to drop, now at 1.4 percent.

There are 498 active cases of COVID-19 across the province and 55,806 people have recovered.

Manitoba has 107 people hospitalized, 36 of whom have active COVID-19. There are also 27 people in intensive care, including 10 people with active COVID-19.

Manitoba’s death toll was unchanged at 1,172.

As of Monday, 1,070 tests were performed, bringing the total to 868,098 since February 2020.

Manitoba has had 16,584 variant cases and currently 310 are active.

There were 7,114 Alpha, 73 Beta, 233 Gamma, 624 Delta, and 8,516 unspecified cases.

There have been 176 deaths linked to the worrisome variants.


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