March 17 —

  • COVID-19 Update: Phase 3 Begins March 21; Masks to Stay in Schools – On March 21, most province-wide public health restrictions will be lifted, including gathering limits, physical distancing and mask requirements. Some measures will remain in place for high-risk settings, such as healthcare and long-term care. In public schools, masking remains mandatory for a few more weeks. Read more. 

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March 4 —

  • Nova Scotia Reopening Plan: Phase 2 of Reopening; Changes in Testing, Contact and Case Management – Nova Scotians will see COVID-19 restrictions ease further and an evolving approach to testing and case and contact management starting next week. At 12:01 a.m. on Monday, March 7, Phase 2 of the Province’s reopening plan begins. The main changes are increases in gathering and capacity limits. Details on Phase 2 can be found here:
  • COVID-19 Update: Seven New Hospital Admissions, Three Discharges, Four Deaths, State of Emergency Ends March 20 – As of March 4, Nova Scotia is reporting seven new hospital admissions and three discharges.There are 45 people in hospital who were admitted due to COVID-19 and are receiving specialized care in a COVID-19 designated unit. That includes 13 people in ICU. The age range of those in hospital is five to 91 years old. Read more. 

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