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Provincial health officials are reporting another COVID-19 case today.
It’s not in Cape Breton, the Eastern Zone still has 51 cases.
There are 60 deaths and 984 recoveries.
Six people are in hospital, two in intensive care.
There is no provincial briefing today.
Provincial health officials are reporting another case of COVID-19.
There are no new cases in Cape Breton.
There are 18 active cases in Nova Scotia.
The province has 975 recoveries and 59 deaths.
Seven people are in hospital, seven in intensive care.
Premier Stephen MacNeil and the province’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strange are providing an update on re-opening the economy.
It starts at 3:00 pm today.
Health officials in Nova Scotia are reporting six more COVID-19 deaths.
There is now a total of 37.
The deaths happened at the Northwood home in Halifax.
There are eight new cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 971.
Six people are in hospital, half in ICU.
This is eight days in a row without a new confirmed case in the Eastern Zone and Cape Breton.
The number at 50.
The province is not having it’s regular briefing today or tomorrow.
There are 624 recoveries.
Music Nova Scotia announced today Nova Scotia Music Week will be held in Sydney this year.
The event will take place from November 5th to 8th.
Music Nova Scotia estimates the annual event attracts over 5,000 local and visiting music fans, with a 2 million-dollar economic spin-off for the province, and about a million dollars brought into the host community.
Destination Cape Breton and the Cape Breton Music Industry Co-operative will be the primary partners in the 2020 edition of the event.
Music Nova Scotia says information on venues, tickets and other details will be announced over the next few months.