Here is the state of Omicron in Manitoba as of Friday, January 14, 2022.
- Federal modelling suggests 'very intense' Omicron surge within weeks.
- Instead of moving Manitoba to Code Red to protect health care providers and families, Premier Stefanson ignores public health advice and proclaims: "It's up to Manitobans to look after themselves."
- Experts say Manitoba's new plan for handling COVID-19 ignores vulnerable people and hospital systems.
- Seniors in Manitoba's PCH facilities are suffering due to chronic understaffing and outbreaks.
- Hallway medicine is back as frontline health care providers suffer from burnout amid rising hospitalizations.
- In-class studies resume on Monday, January 17 with the province washing its hands of contact tracing and leaving schools and teachers to fend for themselves.
- Doctors Manitoba reveals that from November to December 2021, there was an increase of 1,204 diagnostic and surgical procedure delays, bringing the total to an estimated 153,320 cases in Manitoba.
- Organizations working with and sheltering the most vulnerable face increased need and reduced capacity during the coldest stretch of the winter to date.
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