corona virus
April 27 2021 3:53pm

Nova Scotia entering 2-week shutdown amid COVID-19 surge

Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin announced on Tuesday that that a provincewide shutdown will begin at 8 a.m. on Wednesday and will last for two weeks. Rankin said there were 96 new COVID-19 cases in the province and variants were “on the move.” As part of the shutdown, all schools will be closed, indoor non-essential services will be restricted to curbside pickup, takeout or delivery only.

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