New Brunswick officials are keeping an eye on a recent spike of COVID-19 cases in a Quebec health region that borders New Brunswick and in some places bubbles with it.
There are no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick, according to figures from Public Health on Saturday. One confirmed case remains in the province.
It's been three weeks since the government announced that physical contact would be allowed in nursing homes, but many residents are still waiting for their first hug since March.
The province is warning people to stay away from the sea caves at St. Martins because of a large rock that fell from the cliffs there.