Stay informed and learn how we can work together to keep New Brunswickers safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19.



If you think you have symptoms:
  1. Take a self-assessment to find out if you should be tested for COVID-19.
  2. If you need to be tested, request to get tested for COVID-19 in your community by submitting an online referral (must complete self-assessment first.)
  3. If you’re experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19 and do not need to talk to a nurse, complete the self assessment and get tested.

If you are having difficulty breathing or experience severe symptoms, call 911 immediately.


Stay safe and stay informed

About COVID-19

About the virus, how it spreads,
symptoms, treatment and testing.

NB’s response

What New Brunswick is doing
to respond to the outbreak.

Recovery plan

Information on public health
alert levels and triggers


Staying healthy together

Resources and information to help you protect yourself and those around you.


Travel information

Information for international
and interprovincial travellers.



Important telephone numbers and
emails to answer your questions.



Learn more about the public health recovery phases.



Cases in New Brunswick

Access New Brunswick's COVID-19 dashboard for the latest case counts and information on recoveries, hospitalizations, testing and more:

Potential public exposures

Download the COVID Alert app

For the latest Canadian updates, visit the Public Health Agency of Canada website


Support and guidance


Individuals and families

Information and guidance for individuals and families.



Guidance and support information for small, medium and large New Brunswick businesses.


Public health guidance

Information, resources and guidance for communities and for Health and Allied Health professionals.


Education and early childhood development

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


Mental health

Support for mental health and addictions, advice for dealing with stress in an emergency.



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


Custody and access

Guidance for custody and access arrangements during COVID-19 restrictions.



Awareness resources

Get printable and sharable resources.

Screening Tool
Download (.pdf)

When and How to Self-isolate
Download (.pdf)

Use Hand Sanitizer
Download (.pdf)

More resources