Coronavirus: No new cases reported in New Brunswick for first time in 2021

Coronavirus: No new cases reported in New Brunswick for first time in 2021

New Brunswick reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the first time it has done so this year.The province is also reporting that nine new people have recovered since Monday, meaning there are now only 75 active cases

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N.L. chief medical officer warns of complacency as province records 100 new COVID-19 cases

N.L. chief medical officer warns of complacency as province records 100 new COVID-19 cases

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New Brunswick reports 14 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday

New Brunswick reports 14 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday

New Brunswick is reporting 14 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday as the province’s number of active cases dropped due to 17 new recoveries.There are now 264 active cases of the virus in the province.Four of the new cases are

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A tale of two provinces: New Brunswick and Nova Scotia’s pandemic fortunes have diverged in 2021

A tale of two provinces: New Brunswick and Nova Scotia’s pandemic fortunes have diverged in 2021

After a summer marked by open borders and low COVID-19 cases across Atlantic Canada, the pandemic fortunes of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia have diverged in the first part of 2021.New Brunswick reported 657 new cases in the month

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Expert suggests New Brunswick on ‘knife edge’ as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

Expert suggests New Brunswick on ‘knife edge’ as COVID-19 cases continue to rise

FREDERICTON – An epidemiologist says New Brunswick is teetering on a “knife edge” as it tries to prevent COVID-19 from spreading uncontrollably.University of Toronto professor Dr. David Fisman said New Brunswick’s current situation is similar to where Manitoba was

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Prince Edward Island looking to ease restrictions amid low COVID-19 infection rate

Prince Edward Island looking to ease restrictions amid low COVID-19 infection rate

Prince Edward Island’s premier says public health orders should soon be eased across the province because of its low COVID-19 infection rate.“At a time when other jurisdictions are experiencing tightening restrictions and increased lockdowns, we are in the very

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New Brunswick reports 2 COVID-19 deaths at Parkland Saint John, 17 new cases

New Brunswick reports 2 COVID-19 deaths at Parkland Saint John, 17 new cases

New Brunswick reported 17 new cases on Tuesday as the province recorded its first COVID-19-related deaths of 2021.The province confirmed that two people — an individual between the ages of 80 and 89 and an individual between 70 and

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Some tourism stakeholders concerned by N.B. premier’s comments on vaccines, travel restrictions

Some tourism stakeholders concerned by N.B. premier’s comments on vaccines, travel restrictions

Tourism stakeholders in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are concerned by the New Brunswick premier’s suggestion that at least 70 per cent of residents in the Maritime province should be vaccinated before travel restrictions are dropped.In a year-end interview

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New Brunswick natural resources minister travelled to N.S. to see significant other for Christmas

New Brunswick natural resources minister travelled to N.S. to see significant other for Christmas

New Brunswick natural resources minister Mike Holland left the province in order to see his significant other for Christmas, the premier’s office has confirmed.Nicolle Carlin, director of communications for Premier Blaine Higgs’ office, said no other PC MLAs have

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N.B. reports 7 coronavirus cases on Saturday, 19 new cases since Jan. 1

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New Brunswick is reporting seven new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.That means the province has reported a total of 19 new cases since the beginning of the new year.“We are seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases and we need

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