CBC News: The National | Drastic measures in Manitoba after record COVID-19 cases | Oct. 30, 2020
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Officials in Manitoba have taken drastic measures, especially in the Winnipeg area, to reduce the spread of COVID-19 after the province saw record case numbers this week. The pandemic created a spike in demand for flu shots across the country and some areas are reporting a shortage. Plus, Ian Hanomansing’s talks to Brian Burke about hockey, fighting and becoming an LGBTQ advocate.
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