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Sept. 26 update: No new cases found in Nova Scotia for fourth day in row

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A model of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. -File

Nova Scotia continues to have only one active case of COVID-19, as provincial authorities announced on Saturday morning that no new cases were identified in the latest round of testing.

That brings the streak of no new cases to four consecutive days.

Nova Scotia Health Authority's labs completed 1,131 Nova Scotia tests on Friday, the provincial news release said.

To date, the province has 91,459 negative test results, 1,087 positive COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths. One person, an essential worker in the Western zone, is hospitalized in ICU.

To date, Nova Scotia has 90,719 negative COVID-19 TEST results,1,087 positives, 1,021 resolved cases and 65 deaths. 

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