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No New Cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia

There are no new COVID-19 cases in Nova Scotia.  The province’s Chief Medical Officer of coviHealth, Dr. Robert Strang, says is the second time since the new year began that Nova Scotia is reporting no new cases.  The number of active cases are down.  There are now 25 active cases. On Sunday the number of active cases totalled 29.

One of the cases reported on Sunday in the Eastern Zone was tested in Nova Scotia, but is a resident of another province or territory and is being removed from cumulative provincial data.  That person has been self-isolating as required.

Premier Stephen McNeil thanked Nova Scotians for their hard work in keeping the case numbers low.  He also reminded Nova Scotians not to let their guard down.

Nova Scotia Health Authority’s labs completed 1,079 tests on Sunday.