Public Health is advising of potential public exposure to COVID-19 in the Fitness Centre at Canada Games Centre, 26 Thomas Raddall Drive, Halifax on the following dates/times:
• August 28, 29, 30 from 10 am to 1 pm
• August 31 and September 1 from 5 pm to 8 pm
Innovation in health care can take the form of a giant leap, a series of small refinements or a combination of the two. But innovation is always the product of collaboration and strong relationships and in this case, was helped along by a chance meeting in the hallway of a conference facility in Vienna.
Djembe drums could often be heard in the hallways of Clark Rutherford Memorial School in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. Known for their strong, repetitive rhythms, Djembe drums are part of West African heritage.
Paving work takes place next week at facilities in Glace Bay and New Waterford as part of regular facility maintenance. Work begins on Monday, Aug. 31 at Glace Bay Hospital and is expected to take about four days to complete. At New Waterford Consolidated Hospital, work will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 1 and will continue intermittently for up to four days. Work takes place at Taigh Na Mara on Friday, Sept. 4 and is expected to take one day to complete.
Nova Scotia Health continues to work to improve the blood collection toll-free telephone appointment booking process. This includes adding more staff to address issues and delays people may experience when they call to book a blood collection appointment.