1 probable COVID-19 case in Manitoba ruled negative, dropping provincial total to 289

By | May 14, 2020

Manitoba has no new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, and one probable positive case has now been ruled out, public health officials say.

That brings the provincial total to 289 cases. Of those, 30 are considered active cases and 252 people have recovered. There have been seven deaths.

There were 306 tests completed Wednesday, bringing the province’s total to 32,244 tests since early February.

The probable case that turned out negative was one of the cases in a Prairie Mountain Health region cluster related to Paul’s Hauling, a Brandon trucking company.

That drops the total number of cases in that cluster to 10.


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