Nova Scotia on Saturday registered four new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to 32.
Two of the new cases are in the Federal Health Zone. One is related to travel outside the region, and the other is closely related to a previously announced case.
The other two cases are in the Eastern Zone. Both are related to travel outside the region.
All of the new cases are self-contained, according to a news release from the province.
The publication says a case that was falsely reported on Friday to be in the Central Health Zone has been corrected to the Western Health Zone.
Nova Scotia Health Labs completed 2,352 COVID-19 tests on Friday.
Changes in vaccine eligibility
That was announced by Prime Minister Ian Rank on Thursday People aged 70 and over can now book for Pfizer-Bioentech or Moderna vaccines.
New vaccine appointment times have been added for the weeks of April 12th and April 19th.
Nova Scots between the ages of 55-59 will be eligible to receive the Astrogenega vaccine with reservations starting April 6th. The vaccine is now only available to people aged 60-64.
The province has administered 111,403 doses of Covit-19 vaccine, including 29,530 second doses.
Atlantic Canada Case Numbers
- New Brunswick Of the total 147 cases known, nine new cases were reported on Friday. Ten people are in the hospital, including five in intensive care.
- Newfoundland and Labrador A new case was announced on Thursday. There were four known active cases in the province.
- PEI A new case was announced on Thursday. There were 13 known active cases on the island.