Both cases are related to travel outside the Atlantic bubbleCBC News
Nova Scotia is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 in the central zone, both related to travel outside the Atlantic bubble.
The individuals have been self-isolating, according to a news release issued Saturday by the Department of Health and Wellness.
The new cases were discovered among 1,039 tests that were completed by the Nova Scotia Health Authority on Friday.
The province now has five known active cases, but no one was in hospital as of late Saturday morning.