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Canada Ottawa Senators open pop-up COVID-19 assessment centres outside home arena

22:11  19 september  2020
22:11  19 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

1 active coronavirus case remains in Nova Scotia as of Monday

  1 active coronavirus case remains in Nova Scotia as of Monday To date, Nova Scotia has 83,576 negative test results, 1,086 positive COVID-19 cases and 65 deaths.The province said the Nova Scotia Health Authority's labs completed 765 Nova Scotia tests the day prior.

Home rink of the Ottawa Senators the "Canadian Tire Centre " is pictured in Ottawa on March 12, 2020. Two parking lots at the Ottawa Senators ' home arena are being converted into pop - up COVID - 19 assessment centres . The team says in a statement that parking lots 5 and 6 at the

OTTAWA —Two parking lots at the Ottawa Senators ’ home arena are being converted into pop - up COVID - 19 assessment centres . The team says in a statement that parking lots five and six at the Canadian Tire Centre will serve as drive-through locations, and appointments will not be required in

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OTTAWA — Two parking lots at the Ottawa Senators' home arena are being converted into pop-up COVID-19 assessment centres.

The team says in a statement that parking lots 5 and 6 at the Canadian Tire Centre will serve as drive-through locations, and appointments will not be required in advance.

The Sens say they're working with Ottawa Public Health, and it's not yet known how long the new assessment centres will remain in operation.

Canadian Tire Centre is located in the suburb of Kanata, Ont., roughly 25 kilometres from Ottawa's city centre.

Ottawa Public Health reported 63 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

The spike in cases across the province has led to lengthy lines at assessment centres, including those in the nation's capital.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 19, 2020.

The Canadian Press

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