Public health officials encourage Nova Scotians to download COVID Alert app, use it properly


The federal government’s COVID Alert app has been available in Nova Scotia for more than a month, and according to the province’s public health authority, it has been used successfully by some users who tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

On Friday, the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) confirmed that to date, 11 of its COVID-19 patients had downloaded the smartphone application, which requires those users to enter a unique, one-time key code provided by public health officials.





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