Information for international and interprovincial travellers

The province will enter Phase 2 on the path toward the Green level of the COVID-19 recovery plan, effective as of midnight tonight June 16, 2021.

Information about the new isolation requirements for travellers arriving in New Brunswick can be found here.

Travel Registration Program

Anyone entering New Brunswick from Atlantic Canada is no longer required to register for travel. 

Travellers from the Avignon and Témiscouata regions of Quebec are not required to register their travel, but registration is highly recommended so that border officials can easily determine if travellers are from these areas. This helps make screening faster at crossings and will keep traffic moving as smoothly as possible.

All other travellers must register their travel at least five (5) days before their travel into New Brunswick. They must have confirmation from the New Brunswick Travel Registration Program prior to arriving.

It can take up to 5 business days for your application to be processed.

Travel restrictions

Travellers entering New Brunswick may still be required to isolate, based on where they are travelling from and whether or not they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. For more details, click here.

The Government of Canada regulates the international border and travellers entering Canada. Travellers entering New Brunswick from international destinations are subject to federal quarantine regulations.

Travellers looking for more information can call:


Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Travelling outside of New Brunswick

Within Canada, each province and territory have their own travel restrictions and isolation requirements to protect residents from COVID-19. Do your research before leaving so you are not caught unaware when you arrive.

If you must travel internationally, please visit the Government of Canada's travel advice and advisories page for your destination(s) regularly to verify travel health recommendations and safety and security information.

Some international destinations require proof of a negative COVID-19 test  result in order to enter the country. 

  • If you provided your Canadian Health Care Number (NB Medicare or another federal/provincial card) when scheduling or when tested for COVID-19 and were provided with a MyHealthNB registration sheet at your testing location, you may access and print your official test result online at
  • Please keep in mind that it can take a minimum of 48-72 hours after the test is administered before you can access your results. Results may take longer to access if a there is a situation (like an outbreak or alert-level change) that increases the volume of high-priority testing.

If you are not eligible to access your COVID-19 test results through MyHealthNB, please contact the hospital Health Records Department associated to your testing assessment centre with Horizon Health Network or with Vitalité Health Network.

It’s important to remember that if you leave the province, you are subject to rules in place at your destination(s), and rules in New Brunswick upon your return. For example, depending on where you travel, you may be required to-isolate for 14 days after you return to New Brunswick.

Travelling into New Brunswick

All travellers (except those from Atlantic Canada and Avignon and Témiscouata regions of Quebec) must register their travel ahead of entering New Brunswick as part of their travel preparation plans. You must have a confirmation from the New Brunswick Travel Registration Program before entering the province.

Screening of travellers from outside New Brunswick

All travellers will continue to be screened at airports and when entering New Brunswick from outside the Atlantic Provinces.  Travellers will be asked for proof of province of residence, vaccination status, and isolation plans, depending on the category of entry.  Providing this information will support Public Health’s tracing efforts in the event of a case or an outbreak of COVID-19. If you are planning to enter the province, please come prepared with the required documents for travel into New Brunswick.

USA/International travellers

Travellers entering New Brunswick from the United States or other international locations outside of North America, and whose travel has been approved by Canada Border Services Agency must also receive approval to enter New Brunswick. 

International travellers approved by the Canadian Border Services Agency are required to register their travel through the New Brunswick Travel Registration Program and receive approval from New Brunswick before travelling. Approval by CBSA does not guarantee entry into New Brunswick.  The requirements after entry into New Brunswick must be found in the Provincial Mandatory Order.

For entry into Canada and Canada-U.S. border restrictions, visit the Government of Canada page and the Canada Border Services Agency page or call 1-800-461-9999.