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Potential COVID exposure at 5 locations in the Halifax area

Potential COVID exposure at 5 locations in the Halifax area

All Nova Scotians are advised to continue monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms
8 new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday

8 new COVID-19 cases reported Thursday

Seven cases are in Central Zone
Mobile COVID testing unit setting up in Middle Sackville

Mobile COVID testing unit setting up in Middle Sackville

Drop-in testing will take place Thursday at the Sackville Heights Community Centre from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Prototype COVID vaccine clinic to launch in African Nova Scotian community next month

Prototype COVID vaccine clinic to launch in African Nova Scotian community next month

Dr. Robert Strang confirmed a prototype clinic will launch in an African Nova Scotian community at the end of March
Potential COVID exposure at multiple businesses and on Halifax Transit routes (update)

Potential COVID exposure at multiple businesses and on Halifax Transit routes (update)

All Nova Scotians are advised to continue monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms
Socialize with people who aren't in your normal bubble? Strang wants you to get tested

Socialize with people who aren't in your normal bubble? Strang wants you to get tested

'I'm becoming concerned about community transmission,' Dr. Robert Strang stated
Three new COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday

Three new COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday

All three are in the Central Zone and two are under investigation
First COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Mi'kmaw community launches Wednesday

First COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Mi'kmaw community launches Wednesday

It will be on Millbrook First Nation and it will be the first of 13 Mi'kmaw communities to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic
Potential COVID exposure on flights and in HRM stores

Potential COVID exposure on flights and in HRM stores

All Nova Scotians are advised to continue monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms and are urged to follow Public Health guidelines on how to access care
SMU president believes virtual learning could be a long lasting legacy of COVID-19

SMU president believes virtual learning could be a long lasting legacy of COVID-19

Dr. Robert Summerby-Murray believes the future of post-secondary schools will be a hybrid-model with both in-class and online components
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