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  2. Coronavirus: 1 new case brings total to 36 in Manitoba; testing criteria widened slightly  Global News
  3. COVID-19 numbers spike in Manitoba  CTV News
  4. Manitoba sees its largest 1-day jump in COVID-19 cases, bringing total to 35  CBC.ca
  5. Coronavirus: Province asks Manitoba businesses to help manufacture supplies  Global News
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Manitoba is reporting one new case of COVID-19.Manitoba is reporting one new case of COVID-19.

Province expands testing as new COVID-19 case reported | CTV News

Manitoba is expanding COVID-19 testing to include all symptomatic health-care workers and people who live or work in remote communities or group settings, Dr. Brent Roussin said Thursday.Manitoba is expanding COVID-19 testing to include all symptomatic health-care workers and people who live or work in remote communities or group settings, Dr. Brent Roussin said Thursday.

There has been one more probable case of novel coronavirus in Winnipeg, say Manitoba health officials.There has been one more probable case of novel coronavirus in Winnipeg, say Manitoba health officials.

Coronavirus: 1 new case brings total to 36 in Manitoba; testing criteria widened slightly - Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

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“So far, percentage of people tested in Manitoba who are infected with COVID-19: 0.64%”

Tom Brodbeck on Twitter: "So far, percentage of people tested in Manitoba who are infected with COVID-19: 0.64%"

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“#BREAKING Manitoba health officials say the way things are progressing, it is unlikely children will be returning to school within the next few weeks. "In a couple weeks this is not going to be over" - Dr. Brent Roussin #covid19 #coronavirus”

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Manitoba has more hospital beds per capita than the national average, the Canadian Institute for Hea...Manitoba has more hospital beds per capita than the national average, the Canadian Institute for Health Information says. But will it be enough to handle the expected surge of COVID-19 infected patients who will require hospitalization? Hospital capacity will be of the utmost importance over the next few weeks as health officials prepare for what could be one of the largest waves of hospitalization in Manitoba's recent history.

Hospitals mostly prepared, but Manitobans will determine how bad things get - Winnipeg Free Press

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Probable COVID-19 Cases Jump By 14, Two In Southern Health-Santé Sud - PembinaValleyOnline.com

Manitoba Health Minister Cameron Friesen said the province is "working hard" to ramp up health care services and is asking businesses to help out where they can with additional supplies.Manitoba Health Minister Cameron Friesen said the province is "working hard" to ramp up health care services and is asking businesses to help out where they can with additional supplies.

Coronavirus: Province asks Manitoba businesses to help manufacture supplies - Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

Manitoba will begin to expand the testing criteria for COVID-19 in the province.Health-care workers and individuals in remote and isolated communities, remote work camps or those living in a group setting, such as a correctional facility, shelter, long-term care or residential facility, who are show...Manitoba will begin to expand the testing criteria for COVID-19 in the province.Health-care workers and individuals in remote and isolated communities, remote work camps or those living in a group setting, such as a correctional facility, shelter, long-term care or residential facility, who are showing respiratory symptoms will be eligible for testing.

Manitoba set to expand COVID-19 testing, reports one new probable case | Winnipeg Sun

Manitoba will begin to expand the testing criteria for COVID-19 in the province.Health-care workers and individuals in remote and isolated communities, remote work camps or those living in a group setting, such as a correctional facility, shelter, long-term care or residential facility, who are show...Manitoba will begin to expand the testing criteria for COVID-19 in the province.Health-care workers and individuals in remote and isolated communities, remote work camps or those living in a group setting, such as a correctional facility, shelter, long-term care or residential facility, who are showing respiratory symptoms will be eligible for testing.

Manitoba set to expand COVID-19 testing, reports one new probable case | Winnipeg Sun

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Why The Province Isn't Testing More People For COVID-19 - Steinbachonline.com

Manitoba is prepared to take even tougher measures with the inevitable arrival of community transmis...Manitoba is prepared to take even tougher measures with the inevitable arrival of community transmission of COVID-19 here, Manitoba’s chief public health officer said Tuesday. “We should expect to see community transmission here, and that’s precisely why we’ve moved to these social-distancing strategies, and we are looking to expand those as necessary,” Dr. Brent Roussin said during the daily live-streamed news conference.

Province prepares for tougher measures - Brandon Sun

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The University of Manitoba is recruiting volunteers for a clinical trial to test whether a malaria drug can prevent people from contracting COVID-19.The test is being led by a team at the university’s Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.The University of Manitoba is recruiting volunteers for a clinical trial to test whether a malaria drug can prevent people from contracting COVID-19.

Clinical trials into COVID-19 prevention beginning in Manitoba | Winnipeg Sun

The University of Manitoba is recruiting volunteers for a clinical trial to test whether a malaria drug can prevent people from contracting COVID-19.The test is being led by a team at the university’s Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.The University of Manitoba is recruiting volunteers for a clinical trial to test whether a malaria drug can prevent people from contracting COVID-19.

Clinical trials into COVID-19 prevention beginning in Manitoba | Winnipeg Sun

Manitoba has its first major spike of COVID-19 cases, announcing 14 cases on Wednesday morning to bring their total to 35.Health investigations continue to look into the travel history of these new cases.Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr.Manitoba has its first major spike of COVID-19 cases, announcing 14 cases on Wednesday morning to bring their total to 35.

COVID-19 infections jump to 35 in Manitoba with 14 more probable cases | Winnipeg Sun

Manitoba has its first major spike of COVID-19 cases, announcing 14 cases on Wednesday morning to bring their total to 35.Health investigations continue to look into the travel history of these new cases.Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr.Manitoba has its first major spike of COVID-19 cases, announcing 14 cases on Wednesday morning to bring their total to 35.

COVID-19 infections jump to 35 in Manitoba with 14 more probable cases | Winnipeg Sun

The province will update 'Tobans on the latest novel coronavirus situation Wednesday at 11 a.m.The province will update 'Tobans on the latest novel coronavirus situation Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Coronavirus: Manitoba now has 35 cases after 14-person jump - Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

Manitoba’s first clinical trial to test whether a malaria drug can prevent people from contracting COVID-19 is being led by a team at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, and...Manitoba’s first clinical trial to test whether a malaria drug can prevent people from contracting COVID-19 is being led by a team at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, and...

UM Today | Rady Faculty of Health Sciences | Flattening the Curve: UM researchers launch province’s first clinical trial to combat COVID-19