Links to official COVID-19 information, including links to the official Proclamation and Mandatory Order, Travel Information and Documents, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), WorkSafe NB, and other links (bilingual links / liens bilingues).
Renewed and revised mandatory order issued on November 26: by the Minister of Public Safety (bilingual / bilingue) in PDF format.
As of November 27, people travelling into New Brunswick, including all of the Atlantic provinces, are required to self-isolate for 14 days unless exempt. Registration for travel into New Brunswick, including New Brunswickers returning home from travel, is also now mandatory. Travellers must register at www.gnb.ca/travelregistration. Failure to register can result in penalties.
Zone 1 (Moncton - South East NB) moved to ORANGE level on November 20.
Zone 2 (Saint John - South West NB) moved to ORANGE level on November 21.
Zone 3 (Fredericton - Central NB) moved to ORANGE level on November 27.
Government of New Brunswick news release November 26:
Government of New Brunswick news release November 20:
Government of New Brunswick news release November 19:
Travel Information - Renseignements pour les voyageurs
ENGLISH - Documents required for travel into NB -
Voici quelques liens utiles à partager :
Here are some useful links to share:
Organisation des Mesures d’Urgence du N.-B. :
New Brunswick Emergency Measures :
Proclamation de l’État d’urgence (revisée) :
Declaration of state of emergency(revised):
Santé publique Canada:
Public health Canada :
Travail Sécuritaire NB:
Org. Mondial de la Santé :
World Health Organisation :
Application pour suivre l’évolution du COVID-19 :
Application to follow the evolution of coronavirus in Canada around the world: