1 new travel-related case of COVID-19 reported in Nova Scotia Wednesday

Nova Scotia reported one new case of coronavirus on Wednesday, after it was identified the day before.

The province said the new case is in the Northern Zone and is related to travel outside of Canada. The individual has been self-isolating as required, the province said.

Two active cases of COVID-19 remain in the province as of Wednesday, with Nova Scotia Health’s labs having completed 870 Nova Scotia tests the day prior.

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To date, Nova Scotia has 94,414 negative test results, 1,088 positive COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths.

One person is currently hospitalized in ICU.

According to the province, 1,021 cases are now considered resolved.

The province’s health officials urge anyone currently experiencing a fever or cough to visit the 811 website to see if an assessment is needed.

If anyone experiences two or more of the following symptoms, they should ask if an assessment is needed:

  • sore throat
  • runny nose
  • headache
  • shortness of breath
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