My fellow Nova Scotians, COVID-19 is an unprecedented and rapidly evolving situation, and I recognize this is a scary time for Nova Scotians. Public health officials are working closely with our colleagues across the country and our partners in Nova Scotia to limit the spread of...

Summary: 5 new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia Most of these cases are related to travel or close contact of previously announced cases 1 of the new cases cannot currently be linked to travel or previous cases Public Health is further investigating to determine...

Premier Stephen McNeil, Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, Dr. Brendan Carr, president and CEO of Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and Dr. Krista Jangaard, president and CEO of IWK Health Centre gave an update today, March 26, on the health...

As of today, March 26, Nova Scotia has 73 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Five new cases were identified Wednesday, March 25. Most are travel-related or connected to earlier cases. One of the new cases cannot currently be linked to travel or an earlier case. The investigation...

As of today, March 25, Nova Scotia has 68 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Seventeen new cases were identified Tuesday, March 24. The cases are travel-related or connected to earlier reported cases. Several of the new cases are connected to groups or families who have returned to...

Premier Stephen McNeil and chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang provided an update earlier today, March 24. A recording of the news conference is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUj84OBg0hc. A short audio recap from Dr. Strang is available at https://anchor.fm/nsgov . Details of measures to strengthen...

As of today, March 24, Nova Scotia has 51 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Ten new cases were identified Monday, March 23. The cases are travel-related or connected to earlier reported cases. Several of the new cases are connected to groups or families who have returned to...

As of today, March 23, Nova Scotia has 41 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Thirteen new cases were identified Sunday, March 22. The cases are travel-related or related to earlier reported cases. Several of the new cases are connected and involve groups or families who have returned...

Today, March 22, Nova Scotia declared a provincial state of emergency to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Nova Scotians should not leave the province and only leave home for essential items and services. A state of emergency gives government broad powers to do whatever is...

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