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Nunavut government to give update on COVID-19 response


The Nunavut government will give another live update on its response to COVID-19 today from the Legislative Assembly, starting at 3 p.m. ET. 

As of Friday, the Health department website states that there remain no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nunavut. It says 291 people are being investigated for symptoms right now, and so far 514 people have been investigated and found clear. 

Since investigations began, 805 people have been or continue to be investigated for COVID-19. 

On Wednesday, the government said it would continue to pay the bill for returning residents to quarantine at southern hotels, and Nunavut’s Chief Public Health Officer said some lightening of current pandemic restrictions could be coming as soon as next week. 

CBC North will stream the press conference live on our website and on CBC Nunavut’s Facebook page. It will also play on local cable through the Legislative Assembly channel, and air on delay on CBC Radio One in Nunavut at 4 p.m. ET.



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