Sixteen New COVID-19 Cases Reported (Wednesday November 25)

The province of Nova Scotia is reporting a 16 new COVID-19 cases for Wednesday, November 25.

All new cases are in the Central Zone.

Of the 604 tests administered at a rapid Covid-19 testing site in Halifax yesterday, there was one positive result. The individual was directed to self-isolate and has been referred for a standard test.

Yesterday, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, appealed to Nova Scotian’s to avoid unessential travel to Halifax and asked people in the Halifax area to avoid travel outside of the area.

Residents of the entire province are being asked to avoid unnecessary travel outside of Nova Scotia.

Prince Edward Island Issues Another Nova Scotia Advisory

Prince Edward Island has issued an advisory to Island residents stating that if they had been to Nova Scotia or New Brunswick between November 16 – 23 they shouldn’t participate in or attend extracurricular activities for 14 days.

They’re also asking any Islander who visited a Halifax bar after 10PM to get tested for COVID-19.

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