Nova Scotia is reporting its first new case of COVID-19 in three weeks.
A information launch from the Division of Well being mentioned the brand new case, which was recognized Monday within the central area, is journey associated and the person has been self-isolating since returning to the province.
“Whereas we have made nice progress in decreasing the transmission of COVID-19, the truth is Nova Scotia will see extra circumstances,” Premier Stephen McNeil mentioned within the information launch Tuesday.
“In the present day’s case reveals that we can’t be complacent about this virus. Residing with COVID-19 is a part of our new regular and nobody ought to let their guard down,” Dr. Robert Strang, the chief medical officer of well being, mentioned within the launch.
The final case of COVID-19 was introduced on June 9.
Strang reminded Nova Scotians to proceed respecting public well being recommendation by practising bodily distancing, carrying a masks, staying residence when sick and practising correct handwashing etiquette.
The QEII Well being Sciences Centre’s microbiology lab accomplished 203 Nova Scotia exams on Monday. Up to now, Nova Scotia has had 53,544 damaging take a look at outcomes, 1,062 constructive COVID-19 circumstances and 63 deaths.
Two individuals stay in hospital, however each sufferers’ COVID-19 infections are thought-about resolved.
Individuals with a number of of the next signs are requested to go to 811’s website to find out should you ought to go for additional evaluation:
- fever (i.e. chills, sweats).
- cough or worsening of a earlier cough.
- sore throat.
- shortness of breath.
- muscle aches.
- nasal congestion/runny nostril.
- hoarse voice.
- uncommon fatigue.
- lack of sense of scent or style.
- crimson, purple or blueish lesions on the toes, toes or fingers with out clear trigger.