This is the lowest number since April 14, where 86 cases were reported.
The new cases include 50 in Winnipeg, 15 in the Southern Health Region, and three cases each in the Interlake-Eastern Health Region, Northern Health Region and Prairie Mountain Health Region.
Data from the state health department's COVID-19 dashboard showed that the number of people hospitalized with the virus in southwestern Missouri had risen 72% from 154 at the beginning of the month to 265 on Friday.
An outbreak at Boundary Trails Health Centre in Winkler is now over, the province said. Two hundred and fifty Manitobans are now hospitalized with COVID-19 in Manitoba and neighbouring provinces, including 57 ICU patients in Manitoba and 17 receiving intensive care in Ontario and Alberta.
There are also another 15 Manitobans in intensive care units outside of the province, 14 in Ontario and one in Alberta.
"We know that, despite these declining cases over the past week, we still expect hospitalization and ICU numbers to remain high for the coming weeks", Roussin said.
There are 2,166 active cases and 52,041 individuals have recovered. Across the USA, 53% of the population has had at least one dose, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
That same day, deputy chief provincial public health officer Dr.
The province is also getting closer to its promise to administer 20,000 vaccines per day - 18,491 doses were scheduled to be administered Sunday.
The doctors say the percentage of fully vaccinated people - those with two doses - must be much higher before health orders are loosened.
Cox said the department is encouraging vaccination and tracking COVID-19 variants.
Another 280,241 people have had their first dose of vaccine and 236,363 had a second.
Due to Pfizer supply issues from the federal government, appointments are not generally available for youth (aged 12-17) at this time, until more Pfizer doses become available. The province has not confirmed these walk-ins will be regularly available.