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The province has yet to make it mandatory for Manitobans to wear them while out in public, but that has not stopped some businesses from implementing their own guidelines for customers.
A second COVID-19 testing site has been added in Brandon, Man. due to the demand for COVID-19 testing in the city.
The Manitoba government is expecting the demand for the flu vaccine to increase this year. With this expectation, the Progressive Conservatives are doubling the order for the high-dose influenza vaccine.
After five consecutive days of double-digit case numbers, provincial health officials have announced four new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba.
While COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Manitoba, health officials are warning of another outbreak in the province, and the COVID-19 pandemic may be making it worse.
Manitoba's health minister is hinting that changes may be coming to the way the province reports COVID-19 cases – which could give Manitobans a better idea of where the virus is hitting the province.
Provincial health officials announced there are 16 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba.
Provincial health officials have announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba.
Six more workers at a Maple Leaf plant in Brandon, Man., have tested positive for COVID-19, the union representing the workers said on Friday.
The Tim Hortons location in Brandon, Man. along the Trans Canada Highway has closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The provincial government is facing criticism on the lack of transparency when it comes to identifying where COVID-19 cases are in Manitoba.
The union representing workers at the Maple Leaf Foods plant in Brandon, Man., is calling for a shutdown after it says more workers at the plant have tested positive for COVID-19.
The debate around wearing masks in schools continues to grow as both Alberta and Ontario have made it mandatory for students.
A worker at the Maple Leaf Foods plant in Brandon, Man. has tested positive for COVID-19, the company confirmed on Wednesday.
Provincial health officials have announced two new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba, and are warning of potential exposure on two Air Canada flights.
As Manitobans, Canadians and the rest of the world continue to adjust to the new normal that COVID-19 has brought, the performing arts industry is also making some adjustments.
Several people have questions and concerns regarding the province's announcement Thursday about students going back to school.