Nova Scotia clarifies bubble policy as 3 new coronavirus cases reported

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Nova Scotia says it has detected three new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 1,037.

There have been no new deaths, which means that figure remains at 55.

READ MORE: Nova Scotia introduces household bubbles as province records 4 more COVID-19 deaths

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To date 930 people who have tested positive have recovered, the province said, an increase of 12 cases since Friday.

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Eight people remain in hospital of which four are in the ICU.

The province also clarified the two household bubble policy they announced on Friday.

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In a tweet, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil said that if individuals don’t have immediate family to bubble with then they can “choose another household to be in your immediate family bubble.”


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