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The Covid-19 cases dropped at the lowest in three months with the new three cases reported.

Take away Keys:

  • One person is in hospital with the covid-19 virus
  • Health officials have reported three cases over the weekend.

The number of active COVID 19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador fell to the lowest level in three months.

Health officials reported three new cases of the virus over the weekend.

This is in contrast to 10 new recoveries from the virus, with the number of active cases in the state dropping to 12, the lowest since August 18.

Two of the new cases are in the western health community, one is a female under the age of 20 and the other is a female between the ages of 20 and 30. Both cases are related to overseas travel.

There are also new cases in the Central Health Area, where women over the age of 70 are associated with known cases. 

One person is hospitalized for COVID19. 

The COVID test is still complete, but the exact number of these remains unknown due to IT outages affecting the state’s healthcare system. 

The next COVID 19 update for states is scheduled for Wednesday.

Read More: N.L.’s active COVID-19 case count drops to lowest in 3 months, 3 new cases reported | CBC News

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