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2022-04-05
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COVID-19 cases in New Brunswick continue to rise as the province marks its third week since all pandemic-related restrictions were droppedThe most commonly stolen vehicles..

On Tuesdayin some ways, New Brunswick announced 13 new cases of COVID-19 – 12 of which are in the province’s Moncton region (Zone 1)The beginning of March.

Public Health continues to say that a vast majority of the new cases are among individuals who are not fully vaccinated for the novel coronavirus, many of which are 40 years of age and under. The department adds that less than 60 per cent of individuals in that age group are fully vaccinated for the virus.

New Brunswick Green Party Leader David Coon says it’s in the public’s best interest to bring back some restrictions to prevent further spread.

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