- The government disclosed over 150 fresh COVID-19 cases on Friday, and another Manitoban’s death.
- COVID-19 has infected 134 persons in the province as of Friday, according to the province.
On Friday, the government announced over 150 new COVID-19 cases, as well as the death of another Manitoban.
As of Friday, additional 153 COVID-19 instances have been found, according to the provincial COVID-19 dashboard. The overall number of cases in the pandemic now stands at 67,420, with 1,516 active cases and 64,599 recoveries.
The following are some of the new cases:
- There are 52 active cases in Winnipeg’s health region, which has 372 total cases.
- There are 51 current cases in the Southern Health region, out of a total of 529;
- There are 25 current cases in the Northern health region, which has 317 total;
- There are 18 active cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region, out of a total of 198; and
- In the Interlake-Eastern health region, there are seven current cases out of a total of 100.
According to the province, 88 persons are unvaccinated, 10 are partially vaccinated, and 55 are completely vaccinated in the new instances.
The five-day test positivity rate in the province is 5.4 percent.
On Friday, the province confirmed one more fatality, bringing the total to 1,305.
COVID-19 has infected 134 persons in the province as of Friday, according to the province. There are 83 persons with current cases, including 44 people who have not been vaccinated, three who have been partially vaccinated, and 36 who have been fully vaccinated.
COVID-19 has infected 24 persons in the ICU, 17 of whom have current cases, and the rest are no longer infectious but still require critical care.
The province claims that 14 people are not vaccinated, and three are fully vaccinated among the active cases in ICU.
Source: CTV News
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