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New Brunswick COVID-19 Update
As of April 5 in New Brunswick, 58 of the 101 cases are travel-related, 32 are close contacts of confirmed cases, five cases are the result of community transmission and six cases remain under investigation.
New Brunswick COVID-19 Update
As of April 4, 57 of the 98 cases are travel-related, 31 are close contacts of confirmed cases, four cases are from community transmission and six cases remain under investigation.
New Brunswick COVID-19 Update
As of April 3, Officials said of the 95 cases, 54 are travel-related, 28 are close contacts of confirmed cases, three cases are from community transmission and 10 cases remain under investigation.
New Brunswick COVID-19 Update
As of April 1, Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health, said as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it becomes increasingly important that we protect those who are protecting us.
New Brunswick COVID-19 Update
As of March 31, chief medical officer of health, Dr. Jennifer Russell, said “Just because we have had a couple days of low new-case numbers, now is not the time to be complacent.”
New Brunswick COVID-19 Update
Sunday, March 29, Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health said “We must continue to protect ourselves with frequent hand-washing and by remaining at home."

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