WINNIPEG — As part of the province’s daily COVID-19 update, health officials announced three new outbreaks.
Dr. Brent Roussin, the chief provincial public health officer, said outbreaks have been declared at The Pas Homeless Shelter-Oscar’s Place, Maplewood Manor in Steinbach and at the St. Norbert personal care home in Winnipeg.
Each site has been moved to red or critical on the province’s pandemic response system.
Roussin also provided an update on some of the hardest-hit facilities throughout Manitoba.
Parkview Place has a total of 147 cases, 36 which are staff and 111 residents. There have also been 23 deaths at the care home.
Maples Personal Care Home continues to struggle with cases, with 176 in total being reported. The cases include 55 staff, 121 residents, and nine deaths.
Victoria General Hospital has 67 cases, which is broken down into 34 staff, 33 residents, and five deaths.
There are 141 cases at the Headingley Correctional Centre; 29 are staff and 112 are inmates.
“So we can see it’s clear that the number of outbreaks in various facilities is going in the wrong direction,” said Roussin.
He said officials continue to evaluate the situation at each facility and are acting accordingly.
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