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Nova Scotia Health Officials say 13 new COVID-19 Cases Identified

Provincial health officials say there are 13 new cases of COVID-19. The cases, identified on

Dr. Robert Strang

Sunday are travel-related or connected to earlier reported cases. One of the new cases involves a child under the age of 10.

At this point there has been no spread within communities. The province’s chief medical officer, Dr. Robert Strang says that’s an encouraging sign.

 

Premier Stephen McNeil thanked Nova Scotians for adhering to the province’s State of

Premier Stephen McNeil

Emergency, limiting groups to five and closing parks and beaches.

There are now 41 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia. One remains in in hospital.