Nova Scotia reports 2 new COVID-19 cases, both travel-related | CBC News
Nova Scotia has reported two new cases of COVID-19, bringing the province’s active total to six.
The two new cases are in the central health zone and both are related to travel outside Atlantic Canada. Both people have been self-isolating as required.
One person was travelling from within Canada but outside the Atlantic bubble, and the other was coming from international travel, a provincial spokesperson said Sunday.
They were identified on Saturday, when the Nova Scotia Health Authority’s labs completed 674 tests.
The health authority is also warning of another possible COVID-19 exposure on a recent Air Canada flight.
Passengers who were on Air Canada flight 604 on Oct. 15 from Toronto to Halifax may have been exposed to the virus. It left Toronto at 8 a.m.
Those in rows 21 to…