• COVID-19 Cases in Northern
  • Additional Restrictions
  • Possible public exposures to COVID-19
  • Additional Resources

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    Provincial Response Level: CRITICAL

    On Thursday, November 12, the province of Manitoba moved to the Critical level (red) on the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System to halt COVID-19 transmission and protect Manitoba's most vulnerable citizens.

    Changes to existing Public Health Orders will take effect April 9, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. and will remain in effect until 12:01 a.m. on April 30, 2021.

    For information on province-wide restrictions at the Critical Level, see:

    The following province-wide public health orders are in effect:

    COVID-19 Cases in Northern

    Map of COVID-19 Cases and Risks for All of Manitoba

    Additional Restrictions


    St. Anthony's General Hospital, Psychiatric Unit, The Pas : CRITICAL

    Outbreak declared


    Cross Lake First Nation and Community of Cross Lake: CRITICAL

    Public health orders that take effect on 12:01 a.m. on February 13, 2021, include:

    • public gatherings are not permitted
    • all businesses must be closed except for those providing essential services
    • community residents are required to stay at home
    • people should only leave their residence to seek testing or medical care, or to send one person from a household for essential supplies
    • people who work in essential services are able to leave their residence for work
    • non-medical masks must be worn outside the home

    For more information, view the orders.


    Grassroots Early Learning & Child Care Centre, Thompson: CRITICAL

    Outbreak declared.

    Additional information on travel restrictions to northern Manitoba and remote communities

    An order prohibiting travel to northern Manitoba was put into effect on December 9, 2020. The order states that no person shall travel into northern Manitoba or a remote community, with exceptions for the following people if they have no symptoms of COVID-19 and:

    The following is also permitted into northern Manitoba or a remote community under the orders:

    Further, all people entering northern Manitoba who are exempt as outlined above must ensure they have completed any mandatory self-isolation required in the Self Isolation Orders and must wear a mask as appropriate if using public transportation to get to northern Manitoba.

    Travel within northern Manitoba is not restricted under the orders, though all non-essential travel is not recommended.

    For detailed information, view the orders.

    Possible public exposures to COVID-19 in Northern

    If you visited one of these sites on the dates/times below, you do not need to self-isolate. However, you should self-monitor for symptoms and seek testing if symptoms develop.

    Fact Sheet on Self-monitoring and Possible Public Exposures to COVID-19 (pdf)

    Other Exposures

    Possible public exposures are identified through case investigations conducted by public health officials. While no active public exposures have been identified at this time, members of the public are encourage to follow the fundamentals.

    School Exposures

    For current schools exposures in Manitoba visit: COVID-19 Dashboard: School-Aged Cases and School Staff Cases in Manitoba

    Past Exposures:

    Additional Resources

    Northern Health Region - Critical Level

    Mask Use in Public Spaces

    Mask Use in Restricted/Private Spaces