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Nova Scotia reports 1 new coronavirus case at St. Margaret’s Bay Elementary school

The province said the school will be closed on Dec. 2, for deep cleaning. Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press

Nova Scotia reported one additional case of COVID-19 on Tuesday evening, connected to St. Margaret’s Bay Elementary school in Central Zone.

The province said the school will be closed on Dec. 2, for deep cleaning.

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“Staff and students will receive notification from the school about reopening,” said the province in a news release.

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All close contacts in the school have been identified, heath officials said.

“Public health’s investigation continues, and the close contacts will be notified, tested and asked to self-isolate for 14 days if positive,” said the province.

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