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Nova Scotia Supreme Court implements additional measures to prevent COVID-19 spread <b>(update)</b>

Nova Scotia Supreme Court implements additional measures to prevent COVID-19 spread (update)

Until further notice, all civil weddings at the courthouses are cancelled
All Halifax Public Library branches to close for three weeks <b>(update)</b>

All Halifax Public Library branches to close for three weeks (update)

Halifax Public Libraries has also extended all loan periods for physical collection items
HRM to limit number of passengers on Halifax Transit

HRM to limit number of passengers on Halifax Transit

Effective Monday, March 16 all ferries will be limited to 150 persons per trip and buses will be limited to seating passengers only
NSCC to suspend classes from March 23 – April 3

NSCC to suspend classes from March 23 – April 3

During that time they will prepare to deliver learning through alternative forms, such as online or remote options
With longterm care centres closed to public, seniors could get lonely

With longterm care centres closed to public, seniors could get lonely

CARP is suggesting family and friends of seniors find alternate ways to stay in touch
Fourteen-day isolation now mandatory for Nova Scotian travellers

Fourteen-day isolation now mandatory for Nova Scotian travellers

Officials hope this will slow the spread of the novel coronavirus
Public schools to remain closed for at least two weeks after March Break

Public schools to remain closed for at least two weeks after March Break

The Government of Nova Scotia made the announcement in a press conference on Sunday
UPDATE: Nova Scotia announces three presumptive cases of COVID-19

UPDATE: Nova Scotia announces three presumptive cases of COVID-19

The cases are all related to international travel
UPDATE: SMU suspends all face-to-face classes for remainder of term

UPDATE: SMU suspends all face-to-face classes for remainder of term

Residences remain open for the time being
Nova Scotia closing all visitor information centres

Nova Scotia closing all visitor information centres

There are only a few centres open year-round, including one in Amherst near the New Brunswick border and one at Halifax Stanfield International Airport
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