COVID-19 by the numbers
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The Winnipeg Free Press is tracking the status of COVID-19 in Manitoba, as reported by provincial and federal health authorities.
Health Canada’s wastewater dashboard shows the concentration of COVID-19 in wastewater samples from different sites.
The green line shows the seven-day rolling average of the viral load for each site. Health Canada calculates the seven-day rolling average by averaging the viral loads from each day with the previous six days.
An ongoing increase or decrease in the viral load is more reliable for indicating trends. If the wastewater signals are high or increasing, this may indicate a high level of COVID in the community.
The chart below shows wastewater surveillance in Winnipeg as reported from April 2021 — when data first became available in Winnipeg — to Nov. 28, 2022.
The chart below shows the cumulative percentage of all people in Manitoba who have received a COVID-19 vaccine, by vaccination status. The chart is updated every four weeks.
Updated on Wednesday, August 3, 2022 5:08 PM CDT: Removes charts that are no longer being updated.