- A recent report from the Manitoba government states that the number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases at the beginning of July nearly doubled.
- According to the City of Winnipeg’s wastewater surveillance statistics, the COVID-19 virus is still present, but its activity has usually diminished.
The number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases roughly doubled at the beginning of July, according to a recent report from the Manitoba government, while hospitalization rates continue to rise.
The province’s most recent Provincial Respiratory Surveillance Report, which includes COVID-19 data from July 3 to July 9, was published on Thursday. According to the study, 229 lab-confirmed COVID-19 infections were recorded in Manitoba during this week, an increase of 104 cases from the previous week.
An average of 269 people tested positive for COVID-19 each day during this week, raising the province’s test positivity rate from 11.5% to 14.8%.
According to the report, the number of patients in Manitoba suffering severe effects from the virus has increased.
Seven patients were hospitalized in the ICU between July 3 and July 9 after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Compared to the previous week, when Manitoba recorded 46 hospital admissions and seven ICU admissions, this is an increase.
In the most recent report, the province included two more deaths linked to COVID-19. 2,053 Manitobans have passed away from COVID since the pandemic began.
As of July 9, 85,1% of Manitobans aged five and older had received the entire course of COVID-19 vaccination, with 55,3% receiving at least one additional dose. Health Canada on Thursday approved Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccination for newborns and preschoolers.
According to the City of Winnipeg’s wastewater surveillance statistics, the COVID-19 virus is still present, but its activity has generally decreased.
Source: CTV News
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