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While Alberta has been leading the country in COVID-19 case rates, another province has just pulled ahead. The COVID-19 situation in Manitoba has led the region to surpass Alberta and become the province with the highest per capita cases as of Sunday, May 16.
Case rates are based on the number of cases per 100,000 people. Over the past seven days, Alberta's case rate was 230 whereas Manitoba's was 232. In comparison, Ontario's rate over the past week was 115 and Quebec's was only 60.
Case rates over the last seven days, updated on May 16.Health Canada
In Manitoba's most recent provincial update on May 16, 532 new cases and four new deaths were reported.
The current response level in the province has been labelled "Critical," which means "Community spread of COVID-19 is not contained and/or there are significant strains on our health care system."
While Ontario is still leading the country in new cases, Manitoba and Alberta are seeing far more when it comes to case numbers per 100,000 people.
Over half of those tickets were given to people who hosted indoor and outdoor gatherings and another nine tickets were given to those who failed to self-isolate when they were supposed to. These tickets came out to $1,296 each.
An additional 12 tickets of nearly $300 each were given to people who weren't wearing their masks while indoors in public places.
In April, the investigation led to the delivery driver's home in Mynarski and they found an astounding 100 stolen items.
Those items accounted for an additional $30,000 in stolen packages.
"A 58-year adult male of Winnipeg was charged with one global charge of Theft from Mail (encompassing 46 events) and released on an Appearance Notice," read the news release, saying that more charges might come down the line.