New Brunswick is reporting 26 new instances of COVID-19 on Sunday.
There at the moment are 283 energetic instances within the province, largely concentrated within the Edmundston and Grand Falls area, which stays underneath a full lockdown.
4 persons are within the hospital, together with two in intensive care.
Within the Moncton area (Zone 1), there are 9 new instances together with:
4 folks 19 and underneath. two folks 20-29. a person 30-39. a person 50-59. a person 60-69.
Within the Saint John area (Zone 2), there may be one new case:
Within the Edmundston area (Zone 4), there are 16 new instances:
two folks 19 and underneath. a person 30-39. 5 folks 50-59. a person 70-79. six folks 80-89. a person over 90. (CBC)
New Brunswick has confirmed 1,256 instances for the reason that begin of the pandemic and 954 recoveries. There have been 18 deaths, the newest reported on Saturday.
Public Heath has carried out a complete of 199,952 exams, together with 2,562 since Saturday’s replace.
RCMP report publicity
A member of the Codiac Regional RCMP has examined optimistic for COVID-19 after being uncovered to the virus whereas on responsibility.
The publicity occurred when police responded to a disturbance in Moncton on Wednesday.
Members realized on the scene that a person they have been coping with had examined optimistic.
RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Hans Ouellette stated officers wore face coverings through the name.
“As quickly as they grew to become conscious of the optimistic case, they adopted protocols to restrict their publicity and scale back the danger for anybody else,” Ouellette stated in a press release. “That features rigorous sanitizing of kit, self-isolation for the concerned members, and in depth COVID-19 testing.”
Ouellette would not give any particulars in regards to the nature of the disturbance name, solely so as to add that no prices have been laid.
RCMP stated it’s doable the case just isn’t linked to the publicity.
It’s working with Public Well being to conduct precautionary testing and make contact with tracing.
2 instances at Moncton faculty
An elementary faculty within the Moncton space is asking college students to remain house after two instances of COVID-19 have been reported.
École Champlain within the Francophone South Faculty District will likely be closed on Monday and Tuesday.
Principal Mélanie Moreau confirmed the instances in a letter to the college group on Saturday night time.
École Champlain within the Francophone South Faculty District will likely be closed on Monday and Tuesday. (Ingrid Blakey/Submitted)
The Moncton area (Zone 1) stays underneath red-phase restrictions. That stage requires faculties to shut for 3 days after a optimistic check outcome.
Moreau stated faculty and district workers are working to assist Public Well being conduct contact tracing. These needing to self-isolate will likely be contacted instantly.
College students requested to remain at house for 3 days
With contract tracing underway, the college needs college students to remain at house on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Except advised in any other case, college students ought to anticipate to return again to class as regular on Wednesday.
A deep clear of the college started Saturday night.
“It’s regular that you need extra details about the instances confirmed in our faculty, however know that no names or particulars will likely be shared,” Moreau wrote. “Like Public Well being, we uphold the safety of private privateness of all our college students and workers.”
The college stated these experiencing a number of signs of COVID-19 are urged to get examined.
Edmundston care house to manage vaccines
An Edmundston care house experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19 is getting ready to vaccine residents.
Manoir Belle Vue has reported 50 instances of the virus, together with 33 residents and 17 workers.
Manoir Belle Vue, a care house in Edmundston, has confirmed 50 instances as a part of an outbreak of COVID-19. (Bernard LeBel/Radio-Canada)
The dying of a resident was introduced by the house on Thursday.
The house will begin vaccinating residents and workers Sunday night time. Solely those that have examined detrimental will obtain their first dose.
Instances linked to correctional centre
Public Well being has recognized two optimistic instances of COVID-19 linked to the Madawaska Regional Correctional Centre in Saint-Hilaire, N.B.
The instances should not a results of transmission throughout the jail and no offenders on the facility have been identified, as of Sunday.
Workers are working intently with Public Well being officers to research.