coronavirus cases dropped to just 14 Tuesday, one of the lowest case counts in the province, he said.On Tuesday, KFL&A Public Health reported no new cases of COVID-19 in the Kingston region for the third time in a week.“That’s a remarkably low number relative to anywhere else in Ontario today. We may have one of the lowest counts in the province at a population level,” said Dr.
Kieran Moore, medical officer of health for the region.Nearby Hastings Prince Edward Public Health is reporting 25 active cases in the region, while Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit is reporting 23 as of Monday. Kingston public health hopes to immunize 120,000 locals against coronavirus by fall Moore got slightly emotional Tuesday talking about the
coronavirus on Monday — the second time the province hasn’t reported a daily increase since the start of 2021.The province said 25 cases remain active.“I want to thank all Nova Scotians for their hard work in keeping our case numbers low,” said Premier Stephen McNeil in a news release.McNeil also reminded residents that Public Health protocols still need to be followed.“We still have provincewide restrictions in place, and we will be providing an update on them by the end of the week. Let’s continue to protect the health of each other,” he said.
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