New Brunswick health officials reported 14 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday, bringing the number of total active cases in the province to 184.
Four of the new cases are located in the Saint John region, five in the Fredericton region, three in Edmundston and one each in Campbellton and Bathurst. The province says all cases are self-isolating and are under investigation.
“The COVID-19 virus is all around us,” said Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health, in a news release Sunday.
“If you have any symptoms, please get tested and follow Public Health guidance and advice. By getting tested and properly self-isolating when required, we will help protect our health-care system and our vaccination rollout plan.”
Sunday marks the largest number of active cases of COVID-19 the province has had since the pandemic began. The whole province remains under the orange level of COVID-19 recovery.
To date, the province has confirmed 779 cases of the virus and 585 of those have recovered. There have been nine deaths as a result of the coronavirus.
As of Sunday, 162,098 tests have been completed in New Brunswick.