Friday, April 10, 2020

Testing for COVID-19 reaches more than 1,000 in 24 hours; 26 new cases

TATAMAGOUCHE - Don't be fooled by the date on the calendar - the province has another 26 cases of coronavirus, or COVID-19, truthfully. As of April 1, Nova Scotia...

Breaking the Silence Network cooperants return after being stranded in Guatemala

TATAMAGOUCHE - Two former residents of Inverness County are back in Canada after being stranded in South America in the midst of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. On...

Walk-up pharmacy service in Tatamagouche, River John

TATAMAGOUCHE - It’s business as usual for C.G. Fulton Pharmacy in both Tatamagouche and River John during the novel coronavirus pandemic, but with an added twist. Chris MacLean, who...

Twenty new cases of coronavirus announced in N.S.

TATAMAGOUCHE - Nova Scotia has another 20 new cases of coronavirus confirmed, bringing the provincial total to 147. Most cases are still connected to travel or a known case....

Schools closed until at least May 1; details on at-home learning announced

TATAMAGOUCHE - Students in public schools will remain home until at least May 1 due to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic. The provincial government made the...

Five new COVID-19 cases announced; province confirms community spread

TATAMAGOUCHE - Health officials have confirmed community spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. The province announced 32 cases of the virus over the weekend, and another five cases...

Fresh produce, meat, delivered to your door on the North Shore

TATAMAGOUCHE – Learning of the indefinite closure of the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market broke Jenna Jamieson’s heart. But that broken heart soon jumped into action, and Jamieson took it upon herself...

COVID-19: Provincial cases increases by 17 to total of 90

TATAMAGOUCHE - The number of confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the province has increased to 90. The government announced 17 new cases in the province, with most being related...

Pugwash hospital turns into urgent treatment centre during coronavirus pandemic

PUGWASH - The North Cumberland Memorial Hospital is being turned into an urgent treatment centre during the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic. The Nova Scotia Health Authority made the change...

Wallace Bridge couple in isolation after returning home from Florida vacation

WALLACE BRIDGE – For John and Bente Sproat, getting relevant and timely information during the coronavirus pandemic was a bit of a difficult task. They had been in Dunedin, Florida, for...


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