Pandemic Response System

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

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Provincial Response Level: Restricted

While COVID-19 vaccination rates are increasing, community transmission of COVID-19 is occurring and case counts are rising quickly. As of Tuesday, October 5, 2021, the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer has set the response level to orange.

Changes to existing public health orders will take effect January 11, 2022 at 12:01 a.m.

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

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

COVID-19 Cases in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

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

Additional Restrictions in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority


Personal Care Homes in Winnipeg at Critical

Outbreaks declared at the following:

  • Actionmarguerite St. Boniface
  • Actionmarguerite St. Joseph
  • Actionmarguerite St. Vital
  • Beacon Hill Lodge
  • Bethania Personal Care Home
  • Concordia Place
  • Convalescent Home of Winnipeg
  • Donwood Manor personal care home
  • Fred Douglas Lodge
  • Golden Links Lodge
  • Golden West Centennial Lodge
  • Holy Family personal care home
  • Kildonan Personal Care Centre
  • Lions Manor
  • Middlechurch Home personal care home
  • Oakview Place personal care home
  • Pembina Place Personal Care Home
  • Poseidon Care Centre
  • River Park Gardens
  • St. Norbert Personal Care Home
  • The Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre
  • Tuxedo Villa personal care home
  • West Park Manor
  • Vista Park Lodge


Children’s Hospital Units CH4 and CH5: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Concordia Hospital, unit N3W: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Deer Lodge Centre, Lodge 5 West: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Grace Hospital, 3 South, 4 North and 2 South: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Health Sciences Centre units GA5/GA5, GH4 step down, GD4, GA4 and GD3: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Misericordia Health Centre, Transitional Care Unit (TCU) C6, Transitional Care Unit C5, and C2: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Riverview Health Centre Unit 4W: Critical

Outbreak declared.


Seven Oaks General Hospital Unit 4U 8-12: Critical

Outbreak declared.

Possible public exposures to COVID-19 in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

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. Members of the public are encourage to follow the fundamentals.

Location Dates/Times

Sikh Society of Manitoba
1244 Mollard Rd, Winnipeg

October 23, 2021

4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Flying Squirrel Trampoline Park
1250 St. James Street

August 22, 2021

1:30 pm to 3:15 pm

Leopold’s Tavern
696 Osborne Street

August 27, 2021

8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

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

Customer Log:

Customer Log for Businesses, Restaurants and Licensed Premises (pdf)

Under current public health orders, businesses are being asked to collect information to help public health officials track the transmission of COVID-19 and alert those who may have been exposed to keep Manitobans safe and reduce the spread as much as possible.

For businesses: all information on the form below must be collected from patrons if your business is a restaurant or licensed premises, theatre, museum, gallery, library, personal service business, concert hall, or fitness facility.

In the case of a restaurant or licensed premises, contact information must be collected from at least one person in each party.  In the case of a theatre, museum, gallery, library, personal service business, concert hall or fitness facility, contact information must be collected from each person who attends the premises.  If a business has a procedure in place for members to electronically record when they attend the facility, such a record can be used to satisfy the requirements of the orders.

The information must be securely retained for 21 days, after which it must be securely destroyed.   Staff collecting the information should fill out the document themselves, should never ask patrons to fill it out, should never leave the document unattended and should store it securely after-hours. The information collected should only be used by Manitoba public health officials. 

For the public: when you visit a restaurant or licensed premises, theatre, museum, gallery, library, personal service business, concert hall,  or fitness facility, you must provide your contact information in order for Manitoba public health officials to alert you in the event you have been exposed to COVID-19 while visiting that facility. Your information will be securely kept by the business, will only be available to Manitoba public health officials, and will never be used for any purpose other than assisting with COVID-19 contact tracing.


Winnipeg Region Level Poster:

Mask Use in Public Spaces