Manitoba Public Health officials have announced one more case of COVID-19.

The new case is a Winnipeg man in his 20's. Dr. Brent Roussin says it appears this is linked to a previous case.

That brings the total number of probable and lab-confirmed cases in the province to 36, after we saw the number of cases increase by 14 yesterday.

Dr. Brent Roussin says the self-isolation orders for recent travellers must be taken seriously.

"We're not really asking. International returning travellers must quarantine for 14 days. There could be penalties for not complying."

You can visit manitoba.ca/covid19 for more information, and to access the online screening tool.