No COVID-19 announcement expected Thursday
There won't be a COVID-19 update on Thursday, according to the province.
The province said there won't be a COVID-19 bulletin and online data will not be updated.
COVID-19 information will once again be available on Friday along with the scheduled media briefing.
The province also said changes will be coming to the COVID-19 announcements.
Starting on July 3, COVID-19 media bulletins will only be sent out on weekdays, changing from the seven days a week schedule.
The data on the province's website will continue to be updated on weekends.
Then, starting on July 31, the province plans on sending media bulletins on Mondays and Thursday with COVID-19 data being updated only on weekdays.
The province said the schedule could change based on case counts, vaccination rates and a potential fourth wave in the fall.
As of Wednesday, there have been 56,167 cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba and there are 1,395 active cases.
Manitoba's five-day test positivity is 6.2 per cent and it is 5.6 per cent in Winnipeg.
Manitoba has had 1,141 COVID-19-related deaths.
Walt Disney Co. is expected to close most of its Canadian stores this summer as part of the company's broader plan to focus on its e-commerce business and reduce its brick-and-mortar footprint.
The Winnipeg Richardson International Airport is receiving millions in federal funding to help it recover from the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It took six years longer than expected and nearly $200 million more than the initial budget called for but the renovation of Union Station is now finally complete.
Nova Scotia is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, as well as six recoveries, as the active number of cases in the province drops to nine.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is withholding millions of dollars in health-care transfers to New Brunswick because the province is limiting access to abortion.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) is reporting eight new COVID-19 cases Tuesday along with some encouraging new vaccination numbers.
As COVID-19 cases decline significantly across Simcoe Muskoka and vaccination rates increase, the health unit plans to close mass immunization clinics.
The clinics will be available on a walk-up basis for those who meet the necessary vaccination criteria.
Just-released results of a federal wastewater survey appear to back up other evidence that drug use increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, and suggest fentanyl use was significantly higher in Vancouver than in other major Canadian cities.