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Gatherings

Any UNB organizations or groups that plan off-campus events are required to have a UNB approved operational plan for the event/activity, must keep a list of participants and physical distancing must be maintained.

Before attending any event or social gathering, complete the self-screening questionnaire. Do not attend if you are experiencing symptoms, feeling unwell and/or currently have COVID-19.

  • If you attend a gathering, you should avoid contact with anyone within your family and friend bubble who is at higher risk for several days following the gathering.
  • Anyone at higher risk should avoid participating in large group gatherings. This includes people with medical conditions, people with weakened immune systems from a medical condition or treatment, and older adults.

New Brunswick Public Health requirements and community public health measures must be followed at all times.

New Brunswick's guidelines for gatherings

The Government of New Brunswick has introduced alert levels with specific guidelines pertaining to each level to limit the resurgence of COVID-19 transmission within the province. Learn more about guidelines for gathering and alert levels.

Community public health measures

Public health during a global pandemic is a shared responsibility. We all have a role to play taking steps to protect all members of the community and follow public health measures. Learn more about the definitions of health measures including physical distancing and household bubbles.

Compliance

COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge. We must all do our part to protect the health and safety of our communities—and that means obeying emergency orders issued by New Brunswick Public Health.

Under New Brunswick’s declared state of emergency, residents must follow public health requirements and advisories including practicing physical distancing, maintaining personal household bubbles, avoiding non-essential travel and self-isolation. Failing to obey the mandatory order and community health measures have serious consequences with fines ranging from $292.50 to $10,200.