Ten New Cases Reported – Mobile Testing Coming To Areas Of Nova Scotia (December 1)

Ten new cases of COVID-19 were identified Monday, November 30. As of today, December 1, Nova Scotia has 142 active COVID-19 cases.

All new cases reported are in the Central Zone.

Yesterday, 275 tests were administered at a rapid-testing pop-up site in Halifax and 585 tests were administered at the rapid-testing pop-up site in Wolfville. There were no positive test results identified at these sites.

A COVID-19 Update will be held at 3:00 PM today.

Mobile Testing Coming To Areas Of Nova Scotia

Two mobile testing units are operational to support COVID-19 testing in communities that may need it.

These mobile units are in 20 foot vans that will travel to a community or setting if required. The mobile units are staffed with public health team members, such as public health nurses.

The mobile units will be deployed to specific locations based on the provincial epidemiology needs. When deployed, public health will notify people who should get tested, when and how. through community partners.

The first testing location will be at Northeast Kings Education Centre in Canning. This location is in the Western Zone. Public health is contacting people who should be tested and setting appointments for December 2. There will be no drop-ins.

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