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Charles Scribe, right, had been living at Parkview Place since March. His daughter Lisa Muswagon, left, and his wife had been calling for his discharge since the COVID-19 outbreak there worsened.

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Charles Scribe, right, had been living at Parkview Place since March. His daughter Lisa Muswagon, left, and his wife had been calling for his discharge since the COVID-19 outbreak there worsened.

After weeks of waiting, a 72-year-old man is returning home after being discharged from Parkview Place, the site of one of Manitoba's worst long-term care home outbreaks of COVID-19.

Charles Scribe's daughter, Lisa Muswagon, and his wife were advocating to bring him home as the COVID-19 situation at the downtown Winnipeg care home worsened. Last week, they got the call that Scribe was coming home.

"There are a lot of different feelings. You don't know how to feel because there's so many things going on at the same time," Muswagon said in an interview with CBC Radio's Up To Speed Tuesday.

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