Thirty-two more people in Nova Scotia have been diagnosed with COVID-19, increasing its case count to 549.
Among the total cases, there are nine people in hospital, including four in intensive care, while 137 people have recovered from the respiratory disease.
To go along with the positive cases, health officials have seen 17,419 negative test results.
Prince Edward Island reports one new case
A man in his 30s who recently returned from international travel has tested positive for COVID-19. He is Prince Edward Island’s 26th case.
According to chief public health officer Dr. Heather Morrison, the individual is an essential worker, but has not worked since returning to Canada.
Among the province’s 26 total cases, 23 have recovered.