Coronavirus: 32 cases identified in Nova Scotia, bringing total to 549

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Thirty-two new cases have been identified in Nova Scotia, bringing the provincial total to 549.

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Of the new cases, 29 were identified in the central zone, while two were identified in the eastern zone and one in the northern zone.

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The total breakdown of where cases have been identified in Nova Scotia is as follows:

  • Central: 426
  • Western: 46
  • Eastern: 42
  • Northern: 35

The QEII Health Sciences Centre’s microbiology lab completed 885 Nova Scotia tests on Tuesday. To date, Nova Scotia has 17,419 negative test results.

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There are now nine patients in hospital, with four in an intensive care unit. There were 10 in hospital on Tuesday.

Forty-nine per cent of cases involve male patients and 51 per cent involve female patients.

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