|MMIC Updates:||Links & Information:|
|Covid-19 Federal Resources:||Covid-19 Canada|
|Covid 19 Provincial Resources:||Covid-19 Nova Scotia|
|Business Resources:||Covid-19 Business Support|
|Staff Resources:||Covid-19 Employee 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||NS 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.
Nova Scotia – The provincial government is launching a “Rediscover Nova Scotia” campaign in the hopes of boosting local tourism in the wake of COVID-19’s impact. The marketing campaign involves television, billboard, and digital content.
From CBC June 20/2020
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil is also hoping for the Atlantic bubble to open in early July. And the province could be opened to the rest of the country by mid- to late-July.In the meantime, the province has implemented checkpoints at every major entry point into the province and anyone entering is stopped and questioned.
Highways, airports and ferry terminals are being monitored, with staff telling travellers to self-isolate for 14 days, no matter where they’re coming from.
Some travellers are exempt from the self-isolation rules, including truckers, medical staff and other essential personnel.