Six new cases of COVID-19 were identified Friday, March 20. They are all travel-related. Nova Scotia has nine confirmed cases and 12 presumptive cases, for a total of 21.
The cases are located across the province. The 21 people affected range in age from late-teens to mid-70’s.
As of today, dentists can no longer practice in their offices unless they deem it necessary to perform an emergency dental procedure in the best interest of the patient’s health. This is an order under the Health Protection Act.