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45 new COVID-19 cases in Nova Scotia

There are 153 active cases in the province as of Monday

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caption A student at the University of King's College reads the instructions pamphlet for a COVID-19 rapid test.
Sarah Krymalowski

The Nova Scotia government says there have been 45 new COVID-19 cases since Friday.

Of the new cases, 38 are in the central zone, six are in the northern zone and one is in the eastern zone. Eleven people were in the hospital on Monday, including four in intensive care.

There are now 153 active cases in the province.

The province says 84.9 per cent of Nova Scotians have now received one or more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 2.8 per cent have also received a third dose.

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