COVID-19: Nova Scotia Now Has 90 Cases

The following information is from the most recent update provided by the Government of Nova Scotia.

March 27, 2020    1:45 PM

As of today, March 27, Nova Scotia has 90 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Seventeen new cases were identified Thursday, March 26. Most are connected to travel or a known case. At this point, public health cannot confirm a link to community spread.

The 90 individuals affected range in age from under ten to mid-70’s. Two individuals are currently in hospital. Three individuals have recovered and their cases of COVID-19 are considered resolved. Cases have been identified in all parts of the province.

Click here to read the full release from the Province.

Premier Stephen McNeil and chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang also provided an update today at about 3 p.m. A recording of the news conference is available on the NS Gov Youtube page:

To date, Nova Scotia has 3,649 negative test results and 90 confirmed cases.