1. St. Patrick's Day gathering could be source of new COVID-19 case in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca
  2. 'It is a worry': Nova Scotia confirms 17 new cases of COVID-19  CTV News
  3. Coronavirus: Parking at NSHA sites made available for free to help support health-care workers  Global News
  4. Pace of COVID-19 testing picks up, but N.B. still lags behind other provinces  CBC.ca
  5. N.S. reports 5 new COVID-19 cases, including one with no apparent link to travel  CTV News
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Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil reiterated Thursday that people should avoid gathering socially and pointed to a case of COVID-19 that might be tied to a St. Patrick’s Day gathering as proof why. "Stop gathering and stay home," he said.Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil reiterated Thursday that people should avoid gathering socially and pointed to a case of COVID-19 that might be tied to a St. Patrick’s Day gathering as proof why. "Stop gathering and stay home," he said.

There are five new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, including a case that may be linked to a party.There are five new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, including a case that may be linked to a party.

'This is a wake-up call': 1 of Nova Scotia's 5 new COVID-19 cases may be linked to party | CTV News

"This is to make sure everyone can get to closer to the hospital, especially for doctors and nurses in an emergency situation.""This is to make sure everyone can get to closer to the hospital, especially for doctors and nurses in an emergency situation."

Coronavirus: Parking at NSHA sites made available for free to help support health-care workers - Halifax | Globalnews.ca

“BREAKING: There are 5 new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for a total of 73. Health officials say most are travel-related or connected to earlier cases. One of the new cases cannot currently be linked to travel or an earlier case #Halifax”

Natasha Pace on Twitter: "BREAKING: There are 5 new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for a total of 73. Health officials say most are travel-related or connected to earlier cases. One of the new cases cannot currently be linked to travel or an earlier case #Halifax"

“For the third day in a row there was a double-digit rise in #COVID19 cases in #NovaScotia, as the province identified 17 more on Wednesday. https://t.co/B5VYvu6jTH”

Graeme Benjamin on Twitter: "For the third day in a row there was a double-digit rise in #COVID19 cases in #NovaScotia, as the province identified 17 more on Wednesday. https://t.co/B5VYvu6jTH"

“Nova Scotia confirms 5 new positive Covid-19 cases a large charge from 17 new ones announced yesterday. Again all are believed to be travel related. @CTVAtlantic @CTVNews”

Todd Battis on Twitter: "Nova Scotia confirms 5 new positive Covid-19 cases a large charge from 17 new ones announced yesterday. Again all are believed to be travel related. @CTVAtlantic @CTVNews"

“St. Patrick's Day gathering could be source of new COVID-19 case in Nova Scotia | CBC News https://t.co/TVvZjoThjM”

Sherri Borden Colley on Twitter: "St. Patrick's Day gathering could be source of new COVID-19 case in Nova Scotia | CBC News https://t.co/TVvZjoThjM"

Shawn Boone has been so worried about the workers at the Concentrix Call Centre in Glace Bay that he picketed the building a few days ago in the rain. Carrying a sign that said “Shut It Down Work From Home,” the Sydney residentShawn Boone has been so worried about the workers at the Concentrix Call Centre in Glace Bay that he picketed the building a few days ago in the rain. Carrying a sign that said “Shut It Down Work From Home,” the Sydney resident

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Wash your hands.

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In a news release Thursday, the province announced there are five new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, bringing its total to 73. In a news release Thursday, the province announced there are five new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, bringing its total to 73. 

St. Patrick’s Day party could be linked to new Nova Scotia COVID-19 case | Globalnews.ca

Dr. Robert Strang said this increase was anticipated as Nova Scotians return from their travelsDr. Robert Strang said this increase was anticipated as Nova Scotians return from their travels

Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases jumps to 68 as 17 new positives identified in N.S. (update) - HalifaxToday.ca

In a news release Wednesday, the province said 17 new cases of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, were identified on Tuesday.In a news release Wednesday, the province said 17 new cases of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, were identified on Tuesday.

Nova Scotia sees largest jump in COVID-19 cases since virus arrived in the province | Globalnews.ca