On Sunday, Nova Scotia reported three new cases of COVID-19 bringing the sum number of active cases in the region to 53.
There is one case in the eastern zone and two cases in the central health zone. All the cases are linked to former reported cases.
Two individuals are admitted due to the disease but none is in intensive care.
On Saturday, Nova Scotia health labs conducted 2,827 COVID-19 tests.
Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, pleaded with Nova Scotians to continue being vigilant and get vaccinated in a recent news release.
Vaccine clinics and testing
Starting Tuesday, Nova Scotia Health will have outreach clinics available in parts of the western zone:
- Northeast Kings Education Centre, 1816 Bains Rd., Canning on July 6.
- New Germany Rural High School, 44 School St., New Germany on July 7.
- Hillcrest Academy, 127 King St., Shelburne on July 8, and 9.
Appointment bookings for those areas are open.
Rapid testing will be accessible at locations in Halifax, Bedford, Dartmouth, Eastern Passage, East Preston, Shubenacadie, and Sydney over the coming week.