INTERACTIVE MAP: A closer look at the COVID-19 cases in Winnipeg
Downtown Winnipeg. (Source: CTV News/Mason DePatie)
WINNIPEG -- The province has released more data on Winnipeg's COVID-19 cases, and where they are located in the city.
As of February 26, Winnipeg has 411 active cases of COVID-19, the second-highest number of COVID-19 cases in a Manitoba health region. The Northern Health Region has the highest number of active cases, with 591 on February 26.
The province has broken those cases down, based on 12 community areas. Each area includes the number of active, recovered and total cases, as well as the number of deaths and rate of cases per 100,000.
"This information serves to inform the public and guide decision-making," the province said.
Dr. Brent Roussin, the chief provincial health officer, said previously this case information shows what area of the city the people with COVID-19 live, but not where they contracted the disease.
On September 28, Winnipeg was listed as orange (restricted) under the province's Pandemic Response System.
The city saw further restrictions on October 19, and was moved to the red or critical level of the province's Pandemic Response System on November 2.
Here is a look at Winnipeg's COVID-19 cases:
The data in this story is updated daily.