There are no more active cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, after its final patient’s diagnosis was marked resolved.
Throughout the pandemic, the province has had 1,071 cases of COVID-19. That includes 64 people who have died after contracting the virus and 1,007 recovered patients.
The province previously had no active cases after all its initial patients had recovered by July 26. But between July 31-Aug. 2, four new patients were identified by health officials.
Nova Scotia once again joins Prince Edward Island as the only two provinces with no active cases of COVID-19. There are also no active cases in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, which remains the only jurisdiction to not record a confirmed positive case throughout the pandemic.