On Wednesday morning, there were 144 new cases with 80 in Winnipeg, 29 in the South, 18 in the North, nine in Prairie Mountain and eight in the Interlake. Another 27 per cent were in the Interior Health region.
The death of another woman in her 80s linked to the Carman Memorial Hospital outbreak was also announced, bringing Manitoba's total COVID-19 deaths to 1,111. Of the active cases, 134 individuals are now hospitalized, 41 of whom are in intensive care.
There are now 273 Manitobans in hospital after getting COVID-19, the release said.
There are now 273 Manitobans hospitalized with COVID-19 in Manitoba and neighbouring provinces.
There were 299 active cases still in their isolation period on Wednesday, down from 346 on Tuesday, according to Public Health data.
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He said at least 70% of the world's population needed to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to end the pandemic. This is a great achievement reflecting public trust in the Covid-19 vaccines and the whole process.
That includes 83 people in intensive care units, with 61 still in Manitoba, 21 in Ontario and one in Alberta.
"For the 50-65s who are in the process of receiving protection from full vaccination, incidence is dropping". That's still almost double the province's pre-pandemic ICU capacity of 72 patients, the spokesperson said.
Approximately 76.3 per cent of adults in B.C. have now received their first COVID-19 vaccine dose, and 74.6 per cent of people aged 12 and older have received their first shot.
108 new cases of the virus have been reported, bringing the total to 146,561.
Variant-of-concern cases rose by 121, now totalling 14,003 cases, with 1,670 active.