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Did Nova Scotia Health loan you a pulse oximeter when you had COVID?

If you haven't returned it yet, they'd like it back
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Did Nova Scotia Health loan you a pulse oximeter when you had COVID-19?

If you haven't returned it yet, they'd like it back.

Around 2,800 of the oxygen level monitoring devices given out earlier this year haven't yet been handed back in.

"If you received one of these pulse oximeters and have recovered from COVID-19, please remember to return it so it can be cleaned and re-used by others who need it," Nova Scotia Health says in a news release.

They can be returned at a local library branch, at any COVID-19 testing centre or at a Public Health Mobile Unit.

The health authority will soon be placing reminder phone calls.

"Please note these calls are being made by Nova Scotia Health representatives, they are not robocalls, and the number may come up as 'unknown caller,'" it says.




Meghan Groff

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Born in Michigan, raised in Ontario, schooled in Indiana and lives in Nova Scotia; Meghan is the editor for CityNews Halifax.
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