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RCMP Make Arrest in Homicide

On August 7, 2020, at approximately 8:15 pm, RCMP responded to an assault on McLean Street, in Cranberry Portage.

 

Officers and emergency personnel arrived on scene and located an injured male. He was taken to hospital, and on August 10, 2020, the 62-year-old male from Cranberry Portage, succumbed to his injuries.

 

On August 12, 2020, Jeremiah Colquhoun, 41, of Sherridon, was arrested and subsequently charged with Manslaughter.

 

He was remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear in The Pas Provincial Court on August 17, 2020, at 10:00 am.  

 

Cranberry Portage RCMP, Major Crime Services and Forensic Identification Services, continue to investigate.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #156

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 1.25 per cent. Forty new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 643.

The data shows there were:
•    25 new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region;
•    five new cases in Southern Health–Santé Sud; and
•    10 new cases in the Winnipeg health region.

Preliminary investigations are ongoing but indicate the majority of Prairie Mountain Health cases continue to be linked to previously announced cases in Brandon, with early indications of community transmission. Case investigations are ongoing and when they are completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform of any public health risks.

The data also shows:
•    nine current hospitalizations, with three individuals in intensive care;
•    246 active cases and 389 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at eight.

Testing numbers show an additional 2,288 laboratory tests were completed on Thursday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 110,492.

Unless recommended by public health, only individuals experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should go for testing. Individuals with symptoms are asked to seek testing as soon as possible once symptoms are present.

Employers are asked to only send employees for testing if they have symptoms or if testing has been recommended by public health. The online assessment tool can be found at https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool/ and COVID-19 symptoms can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/updates/about.html#collapse4.

Public health officials are advising of two potential exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred. The first potential exposure was on Aug. 7 at the Sobey’s at 1570 18th St. in Brandon and Aug. 10 at the Minnedosa Hospital at 334 First St.

The second exposure is on Aug. 9 at the Cartwright Town and Country Golf Club, along PTH 3, just west of Cartwright.

While the risk of transmission is considered low, information is being provided to help people assess their risk and seek testing if symptoms appear.

How COVID 19 has Affected Manitoba Tourism

Travel Manitoba consultant Al McLauchlan spoke to Arctic Radio about how the tourism industry has been affected by the COVID 19 pandemic.

 

The provincial tourism industry has been based on a tourism model where 90 percent of tourists come from the United States and with closed borders this customer base has been lost to some extent and in some areas the tourism industry has decreased 60 to 90 percent.

 

To fix the problem Businesses, Travel Manitoba, and the Province have work towards marketing tourism within the province by encouraging people to visit parts of Manitoba that they have never been too before.

 

These efforts have paid off as Manitoba lodges have managed to get a lot of visitors and many have been almost fully booked.

 

McLauchlan added that Manitobans have been visiting local resorts in places like Snow Lake and he wants to encourage people to get out and enjoy the province.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #155

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 1.19 per cent. Twenty-five new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 603.

The data shows there were:
•    12 new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region;
•    six new cases in the Southern Health–Santé Sud health region; and
•    seven new cases in the Winnipeg health region.

Preliminary investigations indicate that the majority of Prairie Mountain Health cases continue to be linked to previously announced cases in Brandon, while the Winnipeg cases are related to travel and close contacts. Case investigations are ongoing and when they are completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform of any public health risks.

The data also shows:
•    seven current hospitalizations, with three individuals in intensive care;
•    218 active cases and 377 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at eight.

Testing numbers show an additional 1,817 laboratory tests were completed on Wednesday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 108,211.

The Prairie Mountain Health region has updated its testing site hours of operation and revised times can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/updates/testing.html#list for revised hours.

Only individuals experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should go for testing, unless recommended by Public Health. Public Health discourages employers from sending employees for testing unless they have symptoms. The online assessment tool can be found at https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool/ and COVID-19 symptoms can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/updates/about.html#collapse4.
 
For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba and to view the COVID-19 dashboard with new health districts offering data at the local level, visit www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/.

Norway House Identity Fraud

Norway House RCMP are investigating an identify fraud incident in the community.

 

Last week, officers responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle that had gone through the COVID-19 check point in the community.

 

It was reported that the occupants didn’t seem to know where they were going and had refused to answer a number of questions.

 

Police located and searched the vehicle, and found over 70 fake Ids, a large amount of cash, multiple cell phones, and  pepper spray.

 

The three suspects, all of whom are from Quebec, were arrested and charged with multiple offenses, including 31 counts of identity theft each, a count of identity fraud, and possession of a forged document.

Manitoba boosts number of flu shots for this fall

Manitoba wants to increase access to high-dose flu shots this fall.

 

The provincial government says concerns are higher than normal this year due to the coronavirus, and it anticipates demand for the flu shot will go up.

 

Chief Public Health Officer Doctor Brent Roussin stated that Manitobans need to plan for a challenging flu season as COVID-19, influenza, and colds will be occurring at the same time this fall.

 

The Manitoba government is expanding the criteria for the vaccine to allow more seniors to get the high-dose flu shot, including those living north of the 53rd parallel and living on a First Nation or remote community.

 

For the upcoming flu season, the province says it will order up to 21, 500 high dose vaccines, ten thousand more than in 2019.

UCN Sharing Space Safely Plan

The University College of the North has been preparing for the upcoming academic year to keep staff and students safe during the pandemic.

 

According to their plan certain protocols have been put in place for staff and students that are not well and certain rooms at their facilities will have a limit on the number of people that can be in there at any given time.

 

Students and staff will also be required to follow other COVID 19 related measures like frequent hand washing and practicing proper cough and sneeze etiquette.

 

More information on COVID measures at UCN can be found at ucncovid.ca

COVID 19 Situation

The COVID 19 Pandemic has been going on for several months and many safety protocols have been put in place that many had never experienced before, the most extreme of which was a full lock down.

 

Retired public health worker Jo Beyers told Arctic Radio that the lock down approach was put in place because early on we did not have a positive idea of how this virus worked and having too many cases early on could have overwhelmed the healthcare system.

 

The lock down put in place early on helped health care systems to prepare and adapt to the current situation.

 

A lot of these health care systems have increased their capacity and staffing and received more protective equipment.

 

There has also been an increase in the public health laboratory ability to test and contact trace.

 

While we are still in the pandemic Beyers also recommends that we avoid what is known as the three C’s of COVID. Closed Spaces, Crowded Places, and Closed contact.

 

She added that in the foreseeable future we will continue to see regional and local public health responses which will be different depending on the number of active cases in the respective areas.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #154

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 1.06 per cent. Sixteen new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 578. 

 
The data shows there were:
four new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region;
one new case in the Southern Health–Santé Sud health region;
one new case in the Interlake-Eastern health region; and
10 new cases in the Winnipeg region. 
 
Of the new cases, preliminary investigations indicate the majority of the Winnipeg regional cases listed today are related to travel and close contacts, while the majority of Prairie Mountain Health cases are linked to previously announced cases in Brandon. Case investigations are ongoing and when they are completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform of any public health risks. 
 
The data also shows:
five current hospitalizations, with three individuals in intensive care;
202 active cases and 368 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at eight.
 
Testing numbers show an additional 1,554 laboratory tests were completed on Tuesday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 105,661.
 
Only individuals experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should go for testing, unless recommended by public health. Public health discourages employers from sending employees for testing unless they have symptoms. The online assessment tool can be found here https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool and COVID-19 symptoms can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/updates/about.html#collapse4.
 
Public health officials are advising that potential exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred on flights on Aug. 3 and Aug. 4 including:
Air India Flight AI 121 from New Delhi, India, to Frankfurt, Germany, on Aug. 3 and affected rows include rows 30 to 36;
Air Canada Flight 873 from Frankfurt, Germany, to Toronto Pearson International Airport on Aug. 4 and affected rows include rows 32 to 38; and
Air Canada Flight 271 from Toronto Pearson International Airport to the James A. Richardson International Airport in Winnipeg on Aug. 4 and affected rows include rows 19 to 25.
 
Individuals in the affected seats on these flights are advised to self-isolate for 14 days following the flight and monitor for symptoms. Passengers on these flights, but not in the affected seats, should self-monitor for symptoms and self-isolate if they develop.
 
Additional information about flights and affected rows is updated on the website at https://manitoba.ca/covid19/updates/flights.html when available. While public health assesses the risk to others as low, it is sharing this information to ensure people are aware and know to seek testing if symptoms develop. 
 
For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba, visit www.manitoba.ca/COVID19

Construction on Cathedral Avenue

The Town of The Pas is asking residents not to park on Cathedral Avenue while Maple Leaf Construction conducts their work.

 

They will be operating daily from 7 AM until 8PM until further notice.

Flin Flon Armed Robberies

Between July 23 and August 2 Flin Flon RCMP responded to four armed robberies that occurred in the community.    

 

Around 5 am July 23 RCMP were  advised a man was assaulted, sprayed with bear spray, and his bag was stolen on Hill Street. Two male suspects had fled on foot.  

 

On July 25 around 8:20 pm officers were dispatched to a robbery with a machete near a walking path on North Avenue where a 22-year-old man was robbed by four suspects. Officers arrested two females, ages 16 and 20, and a 23-year-old man in the area. 

 

Around 10 pm July 26 officers were advised that a 16-year-old male was robbed and assaulted at a local high school.  The suspects, a male and female, fled the area.

 

On August 2 at approximately 7:15 pm, RCMP responded to an armed robbery at a business on Green Street.  A male with a shirt wrapped around his face, entered the business, threatened the employee with a machete and demanded cigarettes and then fled on foot.

 

On August 7 at approximately 9:30 am RCMP arrested a 17-year-old male who faces numerous robbery, assault and weapons charges related to all four robberies.

 

A 23 year old Flin Flon man, a 20 year old Denare Beach man, a 16 year old Flin Flon female and an 18 year old Flin Flon man also face a variety of charges related to the robberies.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #153

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 1.27 per cent. Four new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 562. 

 
The data shows there were:
three new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region – a female in her 20s and two males in their 30s; and
one new case in the Winnipeg region – a male in his 20s. 
 
Of the total cases, many are linked to known clusters in Brandon or are close contacts of previously announced cases. There are a small number of cases of unknown acquisition in these areas. 
 
Case investigations are ongoing to determine possible COVID-19 exposures. When the investigations are completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform people of any public health risks.
 
The data also shows:
five current hospitalizations, with three individuals in intensive care;
194 active cases and 360 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at eight.
 
Updated testing numbers for the weekend include: 
Friday – 2,062;
Saturday – 1,553; and
Sunday – 1,364.
 
Testing numbers show an additional 1,059 laboratory tests were completed on Monday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 104,841.
 
Public health officials are updating information related to a previously announced potential exposure to COVID-19 on Aug. 1 at a Tim Hortons restaurant on the Trans-Canada Highway at 18th Street in Brandon. Additional exposures were also possible on Aug. 3 and Aug. 4. While the risk of transmission is considered low, information is being provided to help people assess their risk.

The Pas Friendship Centre Family Colour Run

To help families deal with the COVID 19 pandemic blues The Pas Friendship Centre is organizing a Free Family Colour Run this Saturday

 

The run is a 5KM run over pavement, grass and, gravel, and people are encouraged to wear a white shirt as coloured powder will be thrown on them. The run will take place near MBCI in the pool parking lot from noon until 5PM. 

 

There will also be a DJ and door prizes for participants to win. More information on the event can be found at The Pas Whats Happening in the Tri Area Facebook Group or by calling 204-627-7500

Manitobans Should Continue to be COVID Aware

Premier Brian Pallister says Manitobans have done well so far following COVID-19 guidelines. 

 

He says they are launching a public awareness campaign this week so people get the message to keep at it so they can continue restarting the economy.

 

He explains the successes we have had in terms of economic restart is entirely due to our willingness to follow the fundamentals from public health officials and we need to follow those fundamentals because health security is necessary for economic recovery. 

 

Pallister also announced they are extending the GAP Protection program application deadline to the end of October.  Businesses that are ineligible for federal support can apply for an immediate six thousand dollars under this program.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #152

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 1.59 per cent. Sixteen new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 558.
 
The data shows there were:
•    11 new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region; and
•    five new cases in the Southern Health – Santé Sud health region.

While many of today’s cases appear to be linked to known clusters in Brandon and the Southern Health – Santé Sud health region, or are close contacts of a previously-announced case, preliminary information suggests that there may be a small number of cases of unknown acquisition in these areas.

Case investigations are ongoing to determine possible COVID-19 exposures. When the investigations are completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform people of any public health risks.

The data also shows:
•    six current hospitalizations, with three individuals in intensive care;
•    196 active cases and 354 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at eight.

Preliminary testing numbers show an additional 1,364 laboratory tests were completed on Sunday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 103,782.

For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba, visit www.manitoba.ca/COVID19.

Niki Ashton Addressing Concerns with First Nations Education

Our MP Niki Ashton sent out a letter outlining concerns that the Federal Government has not done enough to address the safety of first nations children returning to school during the COVID 19 pandemic.

 

Ashton stated that many indigenous schools are overcrowded, have a lack of proper ventilation, and inadequate access to materials that will keep students safe.

 

Ashton believes that First Nations students deserve to have access to education and a healthy and safe learning environment.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #149

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 1.10 per cent. Seventeen new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 491.
 
The data shows there were:
•    10 new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region;
•    five new cases in the Winnipeg health region; and
•    two new cases in the Southern Health – Santé Sud health region.
 
Case investigations are ongoing. When completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform people of any public health risks.
 
The data also shows:
•    nine current hospitalizations, with three individuals in intensive care;
•    132 active cases and 351 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at eight.

Preliminary testing numbers show 1,452 laboratory tests were completed on Thursday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 96,999.

Public health officials are advising that potential exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred on Aug. 1 at a Tim Hortons restaurant on the Trans-Canada Highway at 18th Street in Brandon. While the risk of transmission is considered very low, information is being provided to help people assess their risk.

People should self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days, and seek testing if symptoms develop.

Effective tomorrow, the Steinbach community drive-thru testing site will now be open on Saturdays for the remainder of August. The site will be open from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. by appointment only. Call 204-346-7016 to book an appointment.
 
For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba, visit www.manitoba.ca/COVID19.

Town of The Pas 2020 Paving Project

Yesterday, The Town of The Pas announced that this year’s paving project will begin this Monday.

 

The paving will be done in various areas of the community and the town would like to thank everyone for their patience during this process and to be careful around the construction zones.

 

A full list of areas that are expected to be paved can be found at the town of the pas community updates facebook page.

July Monthly Mayor Reports

The monthly mayor reports for July have been released. The Pas had mostly disturbances of the peace and mischief cases 156 and 146 respectively.

 

The RM of Kelsey had mainly provincial Traffic violations 112 in all and the The community of Cormorant had 3 assaults, 3 provincial statues, one disturbance of the peace, one case of mischief, one missing person and one prisoner held.

How Students Can Stay Safe at School During the COVID 19 Pandemic

The new school year will be starting for most students in September but there has been some concerns around sending kids back to school with an ongoing pandemic.

 

Medical Officer of Health Natalie Casaclang from the Northern Health Region spoke to Arctic Radio to address these concerns and to provide safety tips for students.

 

She says that schools are doing a lot of planning and preparation to prevent COVID 19 from coming into the schools including staff screening, hand washing, and physical distancing.

 

She added that wearing a mask should not take the place of physical distancing and hand washing. Parents that want their children to wear masks at school are encouraged to have their children practice wearing a mask at home first so they can get a feel for wearing one.

 

It’s also important that children refrain from sharing food and drinks with their classmates to prevent the spread of germs and to stay home if they have symptoms of COVID 19.

 

Casaclang also recommends that students get their annual flu shots as well to reduce the chance of student absence.

 

Parents and caregivers should find out the specific plans that the school their child attends has put in place and become familiar with the plan and adhering to it as much as possible is an important step. 

 

She also recommends talking to children about how they can expect the school year to be this year and to address concerns that their children may have as well.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #148

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 0.90 per cent. Thirty new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 474.

The data shows there were:
•    18 new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region;
•    11 new cases in the Southern Health – Santé Sud health region; and
•    one new case in the Winnipeg health region.

Case investigations are ongoing. When completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform people of any public health risks.

The data also shows:
•    10 current hospitalizations, with five individuals in intensive care;
•    118 active cases and 348 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 is eight.

An additional 564 laboratory tests were completed on Wednesday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 95,547.

Public health officials are advising that potential exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred on Air Canada flight AC 8595 from Montreal to Winnipeg (rows 16 to 22) on July 29.

Individuals in the affected seats on these flights are advised to self-isolate for 14 days following the flight and monitor for symptoms. Passengers on these flights, but not in the affected seats, should self-monitor for symptoms and self-isolate if they develop.

Additional information about flights and affected rows is updated on the website at www.manitoba.ca/covid19/flights.html when available. While public health assesses the risk to others as low, it is sharing this information to ensure people are aware and know to seek testing if symptoms develop.

For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba, visit www.manitoba.ca/COVID19.

New Bulldozer Purchased by Opaskwayak Cree nations Infrastructure Services

Opaskwayak Cree Nation Infrastructure Services has announced the purchase of a new bulldozer worth over 600,000 dollars.

 

This will replace the old machine that has been used on OCN for the past 15 years and the new bulldozer will be used for clearing lots for future development and landfill maintenance for easier access to drop off waste.

 

OCN Infrastructure Services wants to thank the chief and council for approving the purchase.

Rotary Club of The Pas Accepting Nominations for COVID 19 Hero

The Rotary Club of The Pas has put out a call for nominations for COVID Heroes.

 

You are invited to nominate someone in The Pas, OCN, or the RM of Kelsey that you feel has done a good job helping the community during the pandemic.

 

You can email your nomination to rotarycovidhero@gmail@.com you must include a reason for your nomination and how they have helped the community.

 

The deadline to submit nominations is midnight on August 28th.

COVID-19 BULLETIN #147

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 0.44 per cent.

 

Two new cases of the virus have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 444. 

 
The data shows there were:
two new cases in the Winnipeg health region – a female in her 20s and a male in his 30s.
 
Case investigations are ongoing. When completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform people of any public health risks.
 
The data also shows:
nine current hospitalizations, with five individuals in intensive care;
94 active cases and 342 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
the number of deaths due to COVID-19 is eight.
 
An additional 990 laboratory tests completed Tuesday bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 94,984.
 
Public health officials are advising that potential exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred on Air Canada flight AC 873 from Frankfurt, Germany, to Toronto (rows unknown) on July 26 and Air Canada flight AC 265 from Toronto to Winnipeg on July 26 (rows 22 to 28). 
 
Individuals on these flights are advised to self-isolate for 14 days following the flight and monitor for symptoms. Passengers on these flights, but not in the affected seats, should self-monitor for symptoms and self-isolate if they develop.
 
Additional information about flights and affected rows is updated on the website at www.manitoba.ca/covid19/flights.html when available. 
 
While public health assesses the risk to others as low, it is sharing this information to ensure people are aware and know to seek testing if symptoms develop. 
 
For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba, visit www.manitoba.ca/COVID19

COVID-19 BULLETIN #146

Public health officials advise the current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 0.46 per cent. Twenty-seven new cases of the virus have been identified since Saturday including two on Saturday, 18 on Sunday, five on Monday and two as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 442.

The data shows there were:
•    10 new cases in the Prairie Mountain Health region;
•    two new cases in the Interlake–Eastern Health region;
•    12 new cases in the Southern Health–Santé Sud region; and
•    three new cases in the Winnipeg health region.

On Monday, one case was removed as it was a duplicate and from another jurisdiction.

Case investigations are ongoing. When completed, additional information will be provided as needed to inform people of any public health risks.

The data also shows:
•    nine current hospitalizations, with four individuals in intensive care;
•    94 active cases and 341 individuals have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 is eight.

An additional 1,803 laboratory tests were completed on Friday, 1,354 on Saturday, 1,090 on Sunday and 1,034 on Monday, bringing the total number of tests completed since early February to 93,995.

Two temporary COVID-19 community testing drive-thru sites remain open this week in the Prairie Mountain Health region. In Killarney, the Tri-Lake Health Centre site at 86 Ellice Dr. is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., today through Thursday. Meanwhile, the drive-thru site at the Russell EMS Building located at 426 Alexandria Ave. South will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. For a full listing of testing sites across the province, including addresses and hours of operation, go online to www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/updates/testing.html#list.

For up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Manitoba,visit www.manitoba.ca/COVID19.

A comprehensive list of Manitoba government COVID-19 measures can be found at:
https://manitoba.ca/bg/2020/04/covid19.html.

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