A new case of COVID-19 was identified by officials on Wednesday.

Officials say the case, and the three previous cases, are associated with a cluster of temporary foreign workers in the Southern Health region. There have been 34 cases of COVID-19 within Southern Health. Of those, 29 are confirmed, while the other five are probable.

Manitoba's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin says there's no significant risk to the public, and all measures have been taken including isolating contacts.

Currently, there are no individuals in hospital, though officials are monitoring nine active cases and 282 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. The number of deaths remains at seven.

As of yesterday, an additional 824 laboratory tests were performed. This brings the total number of tests performed since early February to 45,923.