State of Emergency to be Extended

The Covid Chronicle

**** PREMIER’S OFFICE Media Release

State of Emergency to be Extended
The province is renewing the state of emergency under the authority of the Emergency Management Act for the protection of the health and safety of Nova Scotians.

Cabinet met Thursday, April 16 by teleconference and agreed to ask the lieutenant governor to extend the state of emergency for another two weeks. The order will take effect at noon Sunday, April 19 and extend to noon Sunday, May 3, unless government terminates or extends it.

Quick Facts:
— a state of emergency was declared on March 22
— a copy of the renewed order will be available at:

2 thoughts on “State of Emergency to be Extended

  1. It means if you are not at home isolated and you have to go out for essentials then make sure you are 6 feet from any one person at all times. That is what self distanceing means. Our Premier and Dr. Strang are doing a fantastic job. Keep up the great work and do not open our borders until this virus has gone or a vaccine is discovered. Amen

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