Provincial Travel Requirements

    The Government of Nova Scotia has declared a State of Emergency, and recommends limiting all non-essential travel outside the province. You are not allowed to enter Nova Scotia for non-essential travel.

    People from outside Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador can only enter Nova Scotia for essential travel or if they’re a permanent resident of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, or Newfoundland and Labrador. 

    Everyone who is allowed to travel into Nova Scotia from outside Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, or Newfoundland and Labrador must complete a Nova Scotia Safe Check-in Form before they travel to the province and must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in Nova Scotia.

    Provincial inspectors are onsite at Halifax Stanfield to remind people of the travel measures and how to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. Signage to this effect is in the domestic and international arrivals areas, as well as other strategic locations in the terminal building.

    For more information on Nova Scotia travel requirements, please visit the links below:

    Travel into Nova Scotia

    Travel outside Nova Scotia

    Nova Scotia Safe Check-in Form (self-declaration) to enter Nova Scotia

    Federal Travel Requirements

    The Government of Canada has implemented mandatory domestic and international travel measures to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19.

    Several mandatory measures include COVID-19 testing for international travellers, isolating for 14 days upon arrival in Canada, and wearing a mask on board flights to/from and within Canada.

    For more information on federal travel requirements, please visit the Government of Canada page on COVID-19: Travel, testing, quarantine and borders.