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COVID-19 tops March's most-read stories in Manitoba
WINNIPEG -- Here are the top five most-read stories on CTV News Winnipeg for the month of March:
With the number of COVID-19 cases rapidly increasing in the province, the Manitoba Premiere is declaring a state of emergency amid the pandemic.
Manitoba's education minister announced that the province will be suspending classes starting March 23 over concerns regarding COVID-19.
The Manitoba Government has issued a new public health order, to come into effect April 1, which will require all non-critical businesses to close until April 14.
A Winnipeg woman said she's in self-isolation after exhibiting symptoms when she returned home from an eight-day cruise to St. Maarten, Tortola, San Juan and Grand Turk.
Manitoba experiences the first spike in COVID-19 cases. Health officials continue to urge Manitobans to take the pandemic seriously and practice physical distancing.