Jury deliberations for a murder trial in Manitoba have been put on hold so a juror can be tested for COVID-19.
The other jurors were sent home and advised to self-isolate until the man's test results are complete.
Jury trials were suspended in the spring as the justice system grappled with how to handle the pandemic.
They resumed in Manitoba earlier this month with the trial of Kane Moar, who is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Ricardo Hibi.
Hibi, a 34-year-old foster home manager, was stabbed to death in 2018.