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Thirty-one new people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, bringing the total to 293. Ten people are hospitalized; 64 people have fully recovered.

The Halifax Examiner will be publishing these graphs daily.

New known cases of COVID-19 by date[1]Data from end of previous day.



Total known cases of COVID-19 by date[2]Data from end of previous day.



Total recovered by date[3]As reported by the Department of Health



Known active cases by date[4]Total known cases minus the number of recovered and deaths



Number of people currently in hospital by date[5]As reported by the Department of Health



Number of tests by date[6]Total tests of Nova Scotians with confirmed positive or negative results; these figure do not include tests with indeterminate results or tests from other jurisdictions analyzed in Nova Scotia.



Total number of tests with confirmed results by date[7]Total tests of Nova Scotians with confirmed positive or negative results; these figure do not include tests with indeterminate results or tests from other jurisdictions analyzed in Nova Scotia.



Positive cases by NSHA zone



Positive cases by age



Positive cases by gender

52% are female, 48% are male.



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References

References
1, 2 Data from end of previous day.
3, 5 As reported by the Department of Health
4 Total known cases minus the number of recovered and deaths
6, 7 Total tests of Nova Scotians with confirmed positive or negative results; these figure do not include tests with indeterminate results or tests from other jurisdictions analyzed in Nova Scotia.

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  1. I live near herring cove ,there are several parks near here .there were many cars parked along the roads and large groups hanging out .It was spilling onto private property and relentless . no distancing what so ever.
    I’m in favor of closing of parks .

    1. I live in Green Bay and there was no one on rissers beach or Crescent today or yesterday. I was quite impressed that everyone was listening.