Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Nova Scotia, including a child under the age of 10, the provincial government says.

According to a news release on Monday, all the cases are travel-related or connected to earlier reported cases.

“Several of the new cases are connected and involve groups or families who have returned to Nova Scotia following travel outside of Canada,” the province said in a news release.

There are now 41 positive cases of the novel coronavirus in Nova Scotia. The 41 individuals affected range in age from under 10 to in their mid-70s, the province says.

Cases have now been identified in all parts of the province, with one patient still in hospital.

“At this point, there has been no spread within communities,” the province stated.

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