Seven New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported In Nova Scotia – Dr. Strang Urges Testing

Nova Scotia is reporting seven new cases of COVID-19 today and three recoveries. Nova Scotia has 11 active cases of COVID-19.

Six of the cases are in Central Zone. Three are close contacts of previous cases and three are related to travel. Two of the cases are connected to the Royal Canadian Navy frigate HMCS Halifax, as previously reported by the Canadian Forces.

One case is in Western Zone and is related to travel.

All four health zones continue to be closely monitored for community spread.

“This week, we broke the million-mark on lab-based testing since the start of the pandemic in March 2020,” said Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health.

“Testing has been critical in the fight against this virus. I want to thank Nova Scotians who stepped up time and time again to get tested and the many people who worked long and hard to establish and operate our testing program.”

“While we work toward our minimum target of 75 per cent of Nova Scotians fully vaccinated, keep getting tested, especially if you have symptoms, and please, get your vaccine.” said Dr. Strang.

What do you think?

This Is How You Can Vote Early And Safely In Nova Scotia’s 41st Provincial Election

VOTE NOW: Who Has The Best Pizza In Pictou County?