Nova Scotia has identified two new cases of COVID-19 in the Central zone, increasing its active case count to four.
Both are related to travel outside of Canada, while one is linked to the two cases that were reported on July 31 in the Central zone.
Before the four cases were identified this week, Nova Scotia had zero active COVID-19 patients. It had also not recorded a new case since July 15, while all of its remaining patients had recovered by July 26.
Throughout the pandemic, the province has had 1,071 cases of COVID-19. That includes 64 victims and 1,003 people who have recovered.
In its latest 24-hour stretch, the province completed 334 tests for COVID-19, which allowed them to identify the two most recent patients.