February 27, 2021

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Nova Scotia on Sunday filed a new case of COVID-19.

This case is in the Eastern Zone and is related to travel. The provincial health department said the person was being isolated as needed.

There are nine known active cases in Nova Scotia. Someone is in the ICU regarding the virus.

“On this Valentine’s Day, we will show love to each other by following the public health protocols that have been put in place to keep each other safe. Covit-19 is still here and our security cannot be compromised,” Prime Minister Stephen McNeil said in a news release.

Labs of the Nova Scotia Health Authority completed 1,429 Nova Scodia tests on Saturday.

Public health encourages people to get an asymptomatic COVID-19 test, especially if they have a high number of close contacts due to their work or social activities.

“Nova Scots have shown their love for their families, friends and communities since the day this epidemic began,” said Dr. Robert Strong, chief medical officer of Nova Scotia Health.

“The journey is not over yet. We must be on the lookout for each other in all our public health activities, including routine check-ups, even if you are not feeling well.”



On Sunday, mobile units of public health will be available for sign testing at the Royal Canadian Legion in Liverpool from 9am to 2:30 pm

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The pop-up site for the quick test will be set up at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 20 in Digby on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

More information about the test can be found here www.nshealth.ca/coronavirustesting.

Govt 19 Symptoms

Visit covid-self-assessment.novascotia.ca To self-assess if you have experienced or are currently experiencing:

  • Fever (i.e. cold / sweating) or cough (fresh or worsening)

Or two or more of the following symptoms (new or worse):

  • throat pain
  • Nasal congestion / nasal congestion
  • Headache
  • Shortness of breath / difficulty breathing

Call 811 if you do not have access to an online self-assessment or would like to talk to a nurse about your symptoms.