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Updated January 24: Local Active Cases at 17

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On Sunday, the province announced 222 new cases. There are 143 active hospitalizations, with 28 active ICU patients. Three new deaths were reported today, bringing the total death toll to 799.

Our local health districts report 17 active cases. There was one new case reported today in Hanover.

Heritage Life PCH Update

The outbreak at the Heritage Life Personal Care Home in Niverville, which was declared nearly three weeks ago, is continuing to play out. As of the middle of this past week, there were 14 cases among the residents, and 10 of those cases were currently active.

Unfortunately, two residents have died so far, including a 90-year-old man and an 80-year old woman.

Four staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 as well. One of them is listed as having recovered.

The following information will be revised daily.

As Of January 24, 12:30 p.m.

Niverville/Ritchot: 13 active, 269 recovered, 6 deaths.

Hanover: 4 active, 486 recovered, 14 deaths.

Tache: 0 active, 122 recovered, 2 deaths.

St. Pierre: 0 active, 76 recovered.

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