Although there is still limited community spread in Central Zone according to the Province, Nova Scotia is reporting no new COVID-19 cases for the first time since March 29, 2021.
“What a great way to begin summer with no new cases being reported today,” said Premier Iain Rankin.
“The epidemiology is headed in the right direction, but in order for us to continue to see low to no new cases, we must all follow the public health measures and get fully vaccinated as soon as we can. And of course, remember to get tested.”
There are 79 active cases in the province and three in hospital including one in ICU
“Today is the first day since March 29 that we are reporting no new cases of COVID-19,” said Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health.
“We should all be proud of our efforts to get to this point, but please don’t let your guard down. We need to continue to follow the public health measures, get tested often and get vaccinated until we get to Phase 5 of our reopening.”