Nova Scotia is reporting only two new cases of COVID-19. Both are located in Central Zone and are close contacts of previous cases.
“The declining case numbers show that our cautious approach to reopening is working,” said Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health.
“Let’s keep up the good work, following the public health measures, getting vaccinated and getting tested regularly.”
Nova Scotia has 83 active cases and six people are admitted to hospital. Three are admitted to ICU.
“This is the lowest case number we’ve seen in some time,” said Premier Iain Rankin.
“Thank you to all Nova Scotians for helping us bring the case numbers down and the vaccination rate up. This is how we take care of each other and what allows us to continue reopening our province.”