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COVID-19 restrictions might be gone this summer, but the virus isn't, Manitoba expert warns

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Winnipegger Joan Wilton says she's staying cautious by avoiding crowds. Jack Pihulak, who got a heart transplant in 2017, said he got extremely sick when he contracted COVID-19 earlier this year. Yared Hundie said he and his family have eased up, but still wear their masks when they think it's needed.
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COVID-19 restrictions might be gone this summer, but the virus isn't, Manitoba expert warns

As Manitobans celebrate their first summer free of sweeping public health restrictions since the COVID-19 pandemic began, one Winnipeg epidemiologist says cases of more contagious Omicron variants could rise quickly if people forget the steps that helped keep infections at bay before.

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