17 new COVID-19 cases identified in Nova Scotia, bringing total to 68

There are now 68 cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, according to the province.

In a news release Wednesday, the province said 17 new cases of the novel coronavirus were identified on Tuesday.

All of the cases are travel-related or connected to earlier reported cases, according to the province, and none are the result of community spread.

“Several of the new cases are connected to groups or families who have returned to Nova Scotia following travel outside of Canada,” the province stated.

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