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The Provincial Response Level will move to the Restricted level uD83DuDD36 on the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System effective Monday, Nov. 2, 2020. This means that all areas outside of the Winnipeg Metro Region will be at uD83DuDD36. Learn more at https://t.co/VemdRPHCn0. #MBPRS pic.twitter.com/wozfrBEHVl&mdash: Manitoba Government (@MBGov) October 30, 2020
The Provincial Response Level will move to the Restricted level uD83DuDD36 on the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System effective Monday, Nov. 2, 2020. This means that all areas outside of the Winnipeg Metro Region will be at uD83DuDD36. Learn more at https://t.co/VemdRPHCn0. #MBPRS pic.twitter.com/wozfrBEHVl
This is a time for unity, for rallying around what’s asked of us and despite any questions one might have on any individual/isolated aspect of the Covid response over the past 7+ months knowing our role and putting trust in the medical professionals and decision-makers tasked with guiding during these serious times. This isn’t only a Winnipeg story. What a lot of folks following the daily media briefings might not realize is that Prairie Mountain Health’s reported total number of cases on the dashboard has increased by 43 over the past eight days. You’d have to back to August (the last time we were in Orange) for the last time you could say the same thing. We’ve seen more notices show up not just in Brandon but around Westman on the provincial exposures page, another sign that the virus is in increasing circulation here too. Covid has on many occasions on this planet shown what it’s capable of when it reaches and pushes through a tipping point when it comes to medical system capacity. As Winnipeg’s capacity gets to razor-thin levels, as mentioned above it potentially effects our capacity without even considering what happens if PMH cases continue on their same trend without extra pushback. Brandon isn’t an island in PMH, and PMH not one within Manitoba... we’re all connected and it’s time to pull our socks up. We’ve already shown once how difficult of an environment we can make Westman for this virus when asked to increase our response and there’s no reason to think we can’t do it again!
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