Nova Scotia reports 165 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, active cases rise to 1,626

HALIFAX -- Public Health says 138 of the new cases are in the Central Zone, 16 in the Eastern Zone, six in the Western Zone, and five in the Northern Zone.

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