Nfld. & Labrador

8 straight: N.L. reports no new cases of COVID-19

Newfoundland and Labrador has no new reported cases of COVID-19 for an eighth straight day.

There are still 4 active cases

For an eighth straight day, Newfoundland and Labrador reports no new cases of COVID-19. (Lindsay Bird/CBC)

Newfoundland and Labrador kicked off a new week with no new reported cases of COVID-19 — its eighth day in a row without a flare-up.

The total number of cases since the province's first in March remains 266, with 259 people having recovered from the virus and three deaths. 

There are four active cases. 

In total, 25,452 people have been tested, an additional 123 since Sunday's update. 

Monday's update was provided by the Department of Health through a news release.

The next live update will be Wednesday, when the province's new premier-designate may make his first appearance at the table.

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