Travel Information

UNB Health and Travel Information

Refer to the UNB Coronavirus site for travel information, requirements and resources.

COVID-19 Student Safety Orientation

It's important to understand the new safety procedures implemented on campus, all students returning to UNB are required to complete a COVID-19 student safety orientation before returning to campus.

The safety orientation provides important information on New Brunswick Public Health requirements and UNB guidelines to maintaining a safe environment for the UNB community. The COVID-19 student safety orientation explains why the newly implemented safety measures are important and what to expect when you return to campus.

 

Important Notices

All Travelers entering New Brunswick (from outside New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI and Newfoundland) as of March 24th, 2020 must Self-Isolate for 14 days. 

Avoid all non-essential travel outside of Atlantic Canada

If you must travel, 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.

The destination(s) you are travelling to may have different rules and public health measures in place to protect residents from COVID-19. Do your research before leaving so you are not caught unaware when you arrive.

It’s important to remember that if you leave the Atlantic provinces, it is your responsibility to:

  • complete this form to register your travel and isolation plan,
  • have Isolation Plans for return, approved by UNB,
  • to make arrangements for the coursework that will be missed during isolation, before you leave,
  • self-isolate for 14 days upon your return,
  • keep UNB approsed of any travel changes

All travellers, including those entering from the other Atlantic provinces, will continue to be screened at interprovincial points of entry into New Brunswick and will be asked for proof of province of residence. Providing this information will support Public Health’s tracing efforts in the event of a case or an outbreak of COVID-19. 

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Sources: Government of New BrunswickGoverment of Canada