New Brunswick asking anyone visiting Halifax to self-monitor for 14 days

New Brunswick Health release:

Due to reports this week from Public Health in Nova Scotia that there is community transmission of COVID-19 in Halifax, New Brunswick Public Health is asking anyone travelling from Halifax to New Brunswick, including New Brunswickers who are visiting Halifax and returning home, to self-monitor for symptoms. Travellers are asked to do so for 14 days upon their return and to follow all Public Health guidelines.

Two zones in New Brunswick – Zone 1 (Moncton region) and Zone 2 (Saint John region) – are currently at the Orange level. Anyone travelling in and out of those two zones is also asked to self-monitor for symptoms. Information on travelling in and out of higher risk areas is available here.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please self-isolate immediately and get tested for the virus.

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