Manitoba has reported 50 new cases of COVID-19; the province has also lost two people, according to a press release on Sunday. However, the report indicated that the COVID-19 positivity in the region has dropped by 3.7 percent in the last five-day. In the Winnipeg region, the positivity rate has also dropped by 2.7 percent.
The new cases were largely divided by the Northern Health Region and Winnipeg health region, each with 21 new infections. The other eight cases were found in the Southern Health region with five cases, two cases in the interlake Eastern health region and a single case in the Prairie Mountain Health region.
The death announced involved a managed 80 and a woman in her 90s in Winnipeg. Those hospitalized in the province are 192, while 62 people are in intensive care. So far, the province has administered 75, 448 doses of COVID-19 by Sunday, according to the province online dashboard.
Manitoba has lost 895 people to the pandemic, 31, 859 have tested positive for COVID-19, 29, 770 people have recovered while 1, 194 are still active. The province has so far not announced any single case of B.1.1.7 variants.