|MMIC Updates:||Links & Information|
|Covid-19 Federal Resources:||Covid-19 Canada|
|Covid 19 Provincial Resources:||Covid-19 New Brunswick|
|Business Resources:||Covid-19 Business Support|
|Staff Resources:||Covid-19 Support|
|Dealership Sales:||Dealerships open, PPE and general Covid protocol required|
|Dealership Service:||Dealerships open, PPE and general Covid protocol required|
|On Road Riding:||Travel Within the Maritime Provinces (Bubble) Only Recommended|
|Off Road Riding:||Open with seasonal closures|
|Competition Facilities:||Open with seasonal closures|
|Additional Information||NB Retailer|
Dealerships open, PPE and general Covid protocol required. No other restrictions on capacity or hours of operation.
“Atlantic Bubble” – Starting July 3, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador are allowing for an “Atlantic bubble.” While the Atlantic provinces remain more restrictive to interprovincial travelers than other provinces, starting July 3 there will be no self-isolation requirement for travelers coming from another Atlantic province.
New Brunswick – The province remains in the Yellow stage of its re-opening with the exception of the Campbellton area, which will stay in the Orange stage until tomorrow. Beginning tomorrow, all remaining businesses in the province can re-open with appropriate distancing and sanitizing.
From CBC June 20/2020
N.B. Premier Blaine Higgs said he is expecting a travel bubble to open between New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador in early July. Such a bubble would allow for travel among the provinces without the need to self-isolate for 14 days.
N.B. could open visitors from the rest of Canada by mid-July, as long as officials can continue to manage the spread of COVID-19, he said.
As of Friday, Canadian residents who own property in New Brunswick can enter the province, as long as they self-isolate for 14 days. The same rules apply for Canadian residents visiting family members in the province.
Anyone authorized to enter at any point of entry must stop and and answer questions by a peace officer.
New Brunswick residents returning to the province after working in other parts of Canada do not need to self-isolate but they must monitor themselves for possible symptoms.
Office of the Premier
24 April 2020
FREDERICTON (GNB) – The first phase of New Brunswick’s recovery plan and the loosening of some public health restrictions were announced today by Premier Blaine Higgs, the COVID-19 all-party committee which includes Liberal leader Kevin Vickers, People’s Alliance leader Kris Austin and Green Party leader David Coon, and by Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health. More here…