COVID-19: One death and 60 new cases in Nova Scotia | COVID-19 in the Atlantic

The nonagenarian who lost his life was in the western sector.

COVID-19 is still here, and it will be for a long time to come. She continues to take away our loved ones, declares the premier of the province, Tim Houston.

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In addition, the long-term care home East Cumberland Lodge from Pugwash, where three residents perished from an outbreak, is not reporting any new cases.

A total of 32 residents and ten staff members have been affected by COVID-19.

60 new cases

The province has 60 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

Thirty-five new cases are in the central sector, 18 of the new cases are in the northern sector, while six cases are also recorded in the western sector, and one in the eastern sector.

There is community transmission in Halifax and northern Nova Scotia.

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Community transmission is reported in Halifax and the northern part of the province.

Sixteen sick people are currently hospitalized in the province and two in intensive care. In addition, 88 patients have recovered since Friday.

There are now 193 people with COVID-19 in the province.