Public Health Covid-19 FAQs Updated as April 28
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Nova Scotia Chief Medical Officier Dr. Robert Strang clarified self-isolation guidelines press conference held Thursday, April 29.
- If a tenant is self-isolating due to being COVID-19 positive. The tenant and any occupants in the apartment unit must remain in their apartment without leaving for 14 days. Meaning, no one in the apartment unit can walk common areas, use laundry facilities or leave the property.
- If a tenant is self-isolating due to waiting on test results, the tenant and occupants can leave the unit and the property once a day for an hour for exercise. They must be masked when leaving the building, not be in contact with other tenants and return directly to their apartment unit upon their return. Tenants or occupants cannot use the opportunity to leave the building for exercise to go shopping or complete errands.
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