Atlantic Bubble Begins Today



There were no new cases of COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador on Thursday and no active cases.


As of today, travel is permitted between the four Atlantic provinces.


Anyone travelling from either New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or leaving Newfoundland and Labrador to go to the Maritimes will not need to self-isolate.


That doesn't mean that there are no rules to follow. For example, anyone entering Newfoundland and Labrador will need to provide two pieces of identification to verify that the traveller is a resident of one of the Atlantic provinces. Visitors must also complete the contact information section on the province's self-declaration forms.


Travel is also permitted between Quebec and Labrador as of today.


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