There are now 163 cases of COVID-19 in the province, as of Tuesday. The patients are two people in their 50s, and one person in their 20s. Two of the cases are related health care work at Campbellton Regional Hospital while the other was in close contact with a known case.
Thirty cases remain active in the province, including four in hospital and one in intensive care.
One week without new cases in Nova Scotia
The province reached the milestone of seven days since its last new COVID-19 infection on Tuesday. Provincial officials also announced that they would be easing hospital restrictions beginning June 23, but reminded Nova Scotians that they would need to remain vigilant in order to keep the number of cases from growing in the province.