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COVID-19: N.S. reporting 3 new cases, all in Central Zone

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Nova Scotia is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 and seven recoveries on Tuesday.

According to the province, all three cases are in Central Zone. Two of them are related to travel and one is a close contact of a previously-reported case.

This brings Nova Scotia’s active case count to 65. There are currently no hospitalizations.

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The current data shows 70.9 per cent of the population is fully vaccinated, and 6.9 per cent has had their first dose.

Nova Scotia has set a Sept. 15 target to begin Phase 5 of its reopening plan, which would lift most COVID-19 restrictions.

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