Do these rules apply to someone travelling through New Brunswick to another province or state?
Yes, anyone entering New Brunswick, regardless of their destination, will be required to register with the New Brunswick Travel Registry.
In the case of residents of Campobello Island only, unvaccinated residents may enter the province and not isolate, provided that they follow federal rules. Like all New Brunswickers, unvaccinated residents of Campobello are restricted from accessing certain services, events, and businesses in New Brunswick such as restaurants where vaccination is required.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25, 2021: IMPORTANT TRAVEL UPDATE FOR NOVA SCOTIA
Apply to travel to Nova Scotia (Safe Check-in Form) and must have both vaccines.
Everyone who travels from outside Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador needs to apply to travel to Nova Scotia by completing the Safe Check-in Form, including travellers who are exempt from self-isolation.
Each adult (18 or older) must complete their own form. You can complete your own form if you're 16 or 17 (your parent or guardian can also complete the form for you). A parent or guardian needs to complete the form for someone 15 or younger.
Proof of vaccination status needs to be provided for each adult traveller (18 or older) and any child travelling alone when you complete the Safe Check-in Form.