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New Brunswick’s active COVID-19 case count drops below 100 for the first time since January

COVID-19 cases in New Brunswick has slipped below 100 for the first time in more than a month.The province reported three new cases on Saturday, combined with 21 additional recoveries since Friday.

Health officials say there are now 87 active cases.According to provincial records, the last time the active case count was below 100 was on Jan.

5. New Brunswick revises COVID-19 vaccine plan. Here’s where it stands in the rollout All three cases reported on Saturday are located in the Edmundston region and include: an individual 19 years old or younger; an individual between the ages of 80 and 89; and an individual 90 years old or older.The province unveiled its modified COVID-19 vaccination plan on Thursday.

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