Public health officials are warning Manitobans of possibly two more COVID-19 exposures at Winnipeg schools.
Officials made the announcement Sunday afternoon.
They say the first possible exposure was at Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute on Wednesday, September 9 in the morning, and Thursday, September 10 in the afternoon.
The other possible exposure was at John Pritchard School on September 8, 9, and 10, all day for each of the days.
Health officials say that the individuals were at the schools while asymptomatic. They also say that the infection was not acquired at the schools in either of the cases.
Officials also say that risk is deemed low as physical distancing was maintained and masks were worn in both instances. They say that individuals should self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19.
"Public health officials strongly encourage all Manitobans to focus on the fundamentals to help stop the spread of COVID-19," the province says in a release. "This means staying home if you are sick, washing/sanitizing your hands, covering your cough and physically distancing when you are with people outside your household. If you cannot physically distance, wear a mask."