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Coronavirus outbreak: Nova Scotia increases gatherings size to 10, reports no new cases | FULL

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil announced on Friday the increasing of gatherings limit in the province from five people to ten people, with the exception of funerals and wedding where up to 15 people can gather.

The premier also announced that private camp grounds can be open to all types of campers beginning June 5, but capacity of the camp grounds will be limited to 50 per cent so operators can maintain physical distancing.

Provincial camp grounds will open on June 15 and will operate with reduced capacity. Reservation line will open to Nova Scotians on June 8, the premier said.

The news comes as the province reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, the first time it has done that since March.

The total number of COVID-19 cases in the province remains at 1,055. The last time no cases were reported was on March 15.

No deaths were reported on Friday, which means Nova Scotia remains at 59 deaths.

More information: https://globalnews.ca/news/7002200/nova-scotia-coronavirus-covid-19-update-may-29/

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