QuickPoll: New Brunswick opens borders to the rest of Canada

On Thursday, New Brunswick surprised everyone in the Atlantic Bubble by announcing they will allow travelers from across the country to enter the province, provided they have received their first does of COVID-19 vaccine. Those from the Atlantic region don’t have to self-isolate upon arrival. Unvaccinated visitors from outside Atlantic Canada still have to isolate and produce a negative test before being released from quarantine.

The premier said on Thursday that he found out about New Brunswick’s choice to open its borders to the rest of Canada the same time everyone else did.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in our poll below. As always, we welcome your comments on our Facebook page.

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