Nova Scotia reports 14 more deaths from COVID-19 – CBC

The deaths were not from the latest reporting period from Oct. 25 to Oct. 31

Nov 03, 2022

Nova Scotia reported 14 new COVID-19 deaths Thursday, but the province says the deaths did not happen within the latest reporting week, which ran from Oct. 25 to Oct. 31.

In an update posted to Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 dashboard, the province introduced a new category titled “New Deaths from Previous Reporting Periods.” It did not specify when the 14 deaths happened.

The province noted there are no COVID-19 deaths for the current reporting period. The last time the province reported no deaths was the reporting period from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 2022.

The province reported 792 new cases confirmed by PCR tests for that same time period — a daily average of 113. This is down from last week, when there were 919 PCR-confirmed cases.

There were 303 people in hospital with COVID-19, the health authority said Thursday. Last week, it reported 309 patients in hospital with COVID 19. That is down slightly from the previous week.

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