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Manitoba’s top doctor reflects on pandemic, says one move could have come earlier

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Manitoba’s top doctor says he’s received daily threats, suspicious activity at home Manitoba saw a small number of cases in the pandemic’s first wave in the spring of 2020, and many cases were directly related to travel.

The second wave saw a sharp rise, starting in the early autumn, with close indoor contact being a major contributor. By mid-October, the province was starting to see more than 100 new daily cases on a regular basis.The province imposed caps on public gatherings and, two weeks later, banned indoor service at bars and restaurants.

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