General Information

Living with COVID-19: Protective health measures

This guide provides an overview of ways protective health measures can be incorporated to help protect individuals, businesses, organizations and communities.

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Where you will need proof of vaccination

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Last updated September 2021

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Public Health Measures and Mandatory Order Regulations

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Last updated September 2021

Proof of vaccination required here

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Last updated September 2021

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New Brunswick Travel Registration Program Information sheet

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Last updated September 2021

Masks are mandatory here

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Last updated September 2021

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Businesses and organizations

 


 

Symptoms, screening and testing

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VISITORS OF ADULT RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES AND NURSING HOMES

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Last updated: 2021/07

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Protect yourself and others from getting sick

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Last updated July 2021

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Understanding COVID-19 testing

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Last updated Dec. 2020

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COVID-19 'Swish and Gargle Test' for children

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Last updated Dec. 2020

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Self-monitoring and isolation

 

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How to self-monitor

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Last updated July 2021

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How to Isolate

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Last updated July 2021

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Masks and physical distancing

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Understanding mask differences and recommendations for community use
Masks are mandatory here

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Last updated September 2021

 


 

Hygiene, cleaning and disinfecting

Cleaning and Disinfection for COVID-19 PDF

Increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces is significant in controlling the spread of viruses

Reduce the spread of COVID-19: Wash your hands (PHAC Infographic) PDF

Increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces is significant in controlling the spread of viruses

 

Posters and awareness resources:
Poster: Hand Sanitizer (bilingual)
Poster: Wash your hands (bilingual)
Poster: Steps for Effective Hand Washing

 


 

Care facilities, homecare, and community healthcare

COVID-19 Management Guide for Adult Residential Facilities and Nursing Homes PDF

Guidance document for New Brunswick adult residential facilities and nursing homes on prevention, identification and management of COVID-19. (Updated March, 2021)
 

 


 

Specific industries

Correctional centers PDF

For implementation in provincially owned and operated correctional centres in New Brunswick, with the goal of providing guidance to staff to help prevent or limit the transmission of COVID-19 in these institutions.
 

Farmers and Workers on Mink Farms PDF

Recent evidence suggests that mink farms are at risk of widespread infection of COVID-19. Danish authorities have reported widespread outbreaks on 289 farms since June, 2020. To protect public health and the mink farming industry in New Brunswick, New Brunswick Public Health (NBPH) has the following recommendations for mink farm operators.
 

Temporary foreign workers: Guidance for employers PDF

Requirements for managing temporary foreign worker arrivals during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Updated March 30, 2021)
 

Persons Working with Individuals Experiencing Housing Instability

The following guidance is intended for service providers of people experiencing homelessness (including overnight emergency shelters, day shelters, meal service providers, and transitional houses).
 

 


 

Gatherings

 


 

Government services

Information and guidance for services provided by the Government of New Brunswick during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Education and early childhood development

Information and guidance for public schools, early learning facilities and school district offices.
 

Courts

Learn about new COVID-19 safety measures applicable to all levels of courts in New Brunswick.
 

A directory of services in your community can be accessed by visiting the Bridge the gapp or 211NB websites, or by calling 2-1-1.