Nova Scotia recorded 111 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend on Monday, nearly doubling the 59 instances reported a week ago.
4 residents and one staff member at the East Cumberland Lodge nursing home in Pugwash, N.S., tested positive for COVID-19.
- In the province’s Western zone, 52 additional cases have been discovered.
- In the province’s Central zone, thirty-one additional cases have been discovered.
- In the province’s northern zone, 19 additional cases have been discovered.
- In the province’s Eastern zone, nine additional cases have been discovered.
During a press conference on Monday, Dr. Shelley Deeks, the deputy chief medical officer, told reporters that the staff member’s infection was linked to a multi-day spiritual gathering in late October. In addition, the facility intensified health measures to control the spread because one of the residents was in the hospital.
” Dr. Shelley Deeks is confident that there will be more cases at this site.”
The good news is that this facility’s vaccination coverage of residents and employees is very high.”
Faith services are exempt from the province’s vaccine obligation because they do not need proof of vaccination. According to provincial health officials, the new cases were frequently concentrated in the province’s western region, who blamed the increase on the disease’s continued spread in Amherst and Cumberland County.
There are 255 active COVID-19 cases in the province, with nine people in hospitals, one of them is in intensive care. Officials said five schools in the area had been alerted about COVID-19 exposures in the last three days. The Canadian Press initially published this information on November 8, 2021.
The numbers represent a person’s residence rather than the location of their sample collection.
- 479 instances in the Western Zone (53 active cases)
- 5 766 cases in the central zone (80 active cases)
- 647 cases from the northern zone (58 active cases)
- 713 cases from the eastern zone (20 active cases)
Source: City News Everywhere