387 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths in Manitoba Saturday

WINNIPEG -- Manitoba health officials are reporting 10 new COVID-19 deaths and 387 new cases of the disease.

Announced in the province's daily COVID-19 bulletin on Saturday, most of the deaths are linked to seniors' care facilities.

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