New Brunswick is the latest province to surpass 100 cases, after health officials diagnosed three more patients with COVID-19.
The three new cases range in age from 30-59 years old, and are in located in the Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton regions.
Among their 101 cases, one is an employee at the Jubilee and Concorde Hall retirement home, which is operated by Shannex, in Quispamsis. Two other employees at Shannex retirement homes have also tested positive at two locations in Nova Scotia.
Fifty-eight of the province’s cases are linked to travel, 32 to close contacts of other patients, five are the result of community transmission, and six cases are still under investigation for COVID-19. Twenty-eight people have also recovered from the virus.