The province identified 6 new COVID-19 cases on Monday (July 27), bringing Manitoba's total to 400, in the Prairie Mountain Health region the total has risen to 38.
Health officials say 74 cases are active with three COVID patients in the hospital including two in the intensive care unit. The number of deaths due to the virus remains at seven, with 319 people having recovered.
As of Monday (July 27) a total of 84,967 tests have been conducted at the Cadham Provincial Lab.
Meanwhile the province says a potential exposure to the virus may have occurred from a case that visited the Sherwood Grocery Store in Gull Lake while symptomatic between July 19th and 21st.