July 7, 2020
Public health officials advise no new cases of COVID-19 were identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. The total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba is 325
- The data also shows:
- No individuals in hospital or intensive
- 14 active cases and 304 individuals have recovered from COVID-19
- The number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at seven
- The dashboard and graphs are updated Monday to Friday at 1 p.m. Data from the weekend will be updated on the following
- COVID-19 Update First Nations and Inuit Health Branch – Manitoba Region Reporting Period March 6, 2020 – June 28, 2020
- 0 cases were reported in MB First Nations (FN) communities during the reporting
- From March 6 to June 28, 62,035 COVID-19 tests were conducted in Manitoba in accordance with the testing guidelines. Of these, 3,442 (5.5%) COVID-19 tests were done for 3,115 First Nation
- Three health centres, 22 nursing stations, and both federal hospitals conducted 1,596 tests in this time period. Of the 3,442 tests done in this time period, all results were
- Fewer than 5 Manitoba First Nation community residents were named as contacts to COVID-19 cases. All were asymptomatic and followed testing and self-isolation recommendations. All completed their 14 day self-isolation period and are considered to be resolved and closed as a contact investigation.
IRTC in-office essential services schedule:
All IRTC Staff are available continuously via email and cell phone should you need to contact them.
|July 6 – July 10, 2020
Cindy Garson 431-334-8761
Alyssa Monkman 431-338-4349
Donna Thompson 204-302-0959
Millie Anderson 204-891-3409
Martin McLean 204-280-0232
Marcie Tavares 204-803-0700
Lalith Nagella 204-590-9603
Shannon Spence 431-275-8093
Josie Kent 204-799-1294
Liz Bone 204-782-3651
Unice Ross 204-795-7436
Darlene Bird 204-281-7388
Seetta Roccola 204-782-0592
Chris Stove 431-334-8922
Nicole Cook 431-275-0523
Cailin Hodder 204-899-2486
|July 13-17, 2020 TBA||Staff in Daily Karl Zadnik Finance Donna Hall 204-792-2819
Leonard Amos 204 956-7413
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If you are using gloves or masks, please discard these items accordingly.
Harm Reduction Program – ‘Alarming’ signs of pandemic overdose spike emerge in Winnipeg
Recent information from Winnipeg Fire & Paramedic department shows there has been an alarming 66 per cent increase in emergency calls related to crystal meth and opioid poisonings or overdoses in April
and May, compared to the same period last year.
“We would be naive to say that the COVID world we live in has not increased the demand and desire to cope,” paramedic Cory Guest said. “Some folks are vulnerable, some folks are dealing with trauma.… The No. 1 reason that folks do substances is often to cope.”
People began using substances more in isolation, he said, and that carries a heightened risk when things go wrong. Paramedics’ use of the life-saving opioid overdose antidote, Naloxone, also jumped more than 70 per cent higher than that two-month period in 2019.
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IRTC Education Update: Course Registration Dates for September 2020
Please note that the following education institutions have stated that the majority of their programs will be offered online for the Fall 2020 term. In addition, the following dates should be adhered to when it comes to registering for your courses for the September 2020 session.
Red River College -registration begins a month before your program start date.
University of Winnipeg -registration appointment notices are sent to students mid to late June and registration will begin in July.
University of Manitoba -registration for Fall 2020 opens in Aurora on July 23 – August 11 for returning students. Registration for Fall 2020 for new students will be July 14-20. Students can start checking their registration dates starting July 10.
The Canada Student Services Grant (CSSG) is designed so that qualified Post-Secondary students
and recent graduates can pursue volunteer opportunities and earn up to possibly $1000.00 – $5000.00 based on the number of qualified hours. Below is the link for students to obtain further information and how to apply to the Canada Student Services Grant (CSSG).