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Nova Scotia reports record-breaking 148 cases of COVID-19

COVID-19 on Saturday as Public Health works to clear a backlog of tens of thousands of tests.The previous record of single-day cases was on Tuesday, when 96 cases were reported.“We’re making progress with the lab and data-entry backlog but we will continue to see high case numbers for a few days,” said Dr.

Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, in a release.“We are in a serious place right now and every Nova Scotian needs to be vigilant, stay home, and make the new public health measures a way of life for the next while.”Out of the new cases, 129 are in the province’s central health zone, 17 are in the eastern health zone and two are in the western health zone.The release said two new central zone cases are residents.

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