New Brunswick health officials have identified one new case of COVID-19, just as all of its previous 165 had been resolved.
The latest case involves an individual between 40-49 years old in the Fredericton region. According to a press release, it is a travel-related case.
It is now the province’s only active case of COVID-19, and the last one that has been identified since June 23.
On Wednesday, there was a single active case in the Campbellton region, but that person has since recovered. Of New Brunswick’s 166 cases throughout the pandemic, 163 have recovered, and two people have died. There is no one currently in hospital.