Sept 22: New Brunswick to Restart Travel Registration for Residents & Visitors

Planning to visit New Brunswick during Fall? You will need to register your visit to this maritime province through the New Brunswick Travel Registration Program.

You are also required to upload proof of vaccination.


New Brunswick today announced that anyone entering New Brunswick after Sept. 21 must register their travel. This also includes New Brunswickers who are returning home from outside the province.

Campobello Island residents who are travelling back and forth to mainland New Brunswick must also register their travel. They are not required to self-isolate, regardless of their vaccination status.

Visitors and residents who are not fully vaccinated must isolate for 14 days. They can stop isolating if they receive a negative COVID-19 test after day 10.

The province says the registration is not yet in effect, but the system will be active by Tuesday, Sept. 21.

The province will also require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for accessing certain events, services and businesses starting beginning Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 11:59 p.m.


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