Manitoba reports 6 COVID deaths, 58 hospitalizations

Manitoba health officials say six more people with COVID-19 have died in the past week and 58 others have needed hospitalization due to the virus.

last in the province epidemiology updatewhich covers the period June 12-19, shows the continued decline in hospitalization rates due to COVID-19.

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Between June 5 and June 11, officials said 80 Manitobans were hospitalized due to the virus, including 14 who were in intensive care.

However, the number of deaths reported in this week’s report is up from the three announced the previous week.






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But the total number of COVID-19 deaths in Manitoba recorded since March 2020 rose to 2025 in the latest report, up 10 from the previous week.

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The government told Olx Praca that the number of deaths fluctuates as previous cases are confirmed or removed from the list.

Of the 58 new admissions, eight were admitted to the intensive care unit, officials said.

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The number of COVID-19 cases in Manitoba continues to decline despite 3 deaths and 80 hospitalizations.

It is not known exactly how many people are currently in the hospital or intensive care unit due to COVID-19 because the province no longer releases those numbers.

Meanwhile, the province reports 203 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 last week, down from 228 a week earlier.

With an average run of 340 tests per day, the lab test positivity rate rose to 11.3% from 9.6% the previous week.






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However, provincial case counts no longer necessarily give an accurate picture of the active infection rate because the government has significantly reduced testing and the data does not include test results from people at home.

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Officials said there were no new outbreaks in nursing homes between June 12 and June 19, but one new outbreak was reported at Victoria Hospital in Olx Praca.

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On Wednesday, Manitoba Prime Minister Heather Stefanson said she had contracted COVID-19.

In a tweet, the prime minister said she has “minor symptoms” and is self-isolating while working from home.

Questions about COVID-19? Here are some things you need to know:

Symptoms may include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing – much like a cold or flu. Some people may develop more severe illness. The people most susceptible to this include the elderly and people with severe chronic conditions such as heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact the health authorities.

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To prevent the spread of the virus, experts recommend washing your hands frequently and coughing into your sleeve. They also recommend minimizing contact with other people, staying at home as much as possible, and maintaining a distance of two meters from other people if you go outside. In situations where you cannot keep a safe distance from others, health officials recommend using a non-medical face mask or covering to prevent the spread of respiratory droplets that can carry the virus. In some provinces and municipalities across the country, masks or face coverings are now mandatory in enclosed public places.

For a full update on COVID-19 from Olx Praca, please visit our Coronavirus page.

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