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COVID-19 cases stay low in Nova Scotia as loosened restrictions take effect

COVID-19 on Wednesday, both of which are in the central zone.One of the cases is related to travel outside of Atlantic Canada and the other is a close contact of a previously reported case, according to the province.There are now 37 known active cases in Nova Scotia.“Overall, our numbers are low because Nova Scotians are doing their part to follow public health measures,” said Premier Iain Rankin in a news release.

Nova Scotia announces malls, gyms can return to 100 per cent capacity, opens border with N.L. Rankin announced on Tuesday that he is loosening restrictions around COVID-19, including opening up borders to travelers from Atlantic Canada.

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