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No new cases of COVID-19 in July, Manitoba sees 11-day streak

Waterloo Public Health reported no new COVID-19-related deaths for the first time in a week, leaving the death toll at 207. Getty Images

Public health officials announced no new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba on Saturday.

This marks the eleventh day since the province has seen a new case; the longest previous streak ran June 6-11.

As of Friday health officials said there are four active cases in the province with 314 recoveries and seven deaths.

None of those active cases are in hospital.

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Just over 900 tests were performed Thursday, the highest test count in recent weeks.

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Chief nursing officer Lanette Siragusa said Manitobans deserve all the credit for flattening the curve.

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“It’s great that they are able to enjoy their summer and benefit from everything they did,” she said.

The total lab-confirmed and probable positive cases in Manitoba remains at 325.

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