All active COVID-19 cases in N.B. remain linked to doctor that failed to self-isolate

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New Brunswick is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 on Monday despite processing more than 2,000 tests in the previous 24 hours.

There are 132 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick.

As of Monday, 12 cases are considered active. All are in the Campbellton area, known as Zone 5.

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Four patients are in hospital with on in an intensive care unit.

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All active cases are linked to a male family doctor in Campbellton who contracted the virus in Quebec and did not self-isolate upon his return to New Brunswick.

The active cases include an employee and four residents at the Manior de la Vallee long-term care facility in Atholville.

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The province said tests came back negative for the remaining residents of the facility.

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