Public Notice: COVID-19 Update
- Published: Monday, 23 March 2020
On March 22, the Province of Nova Scotia declared a state of emergency to help contain the spread of COVID-19. The state of emergency will be in effect for 14 days through April 5 at noon and may be extended.
The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing provided direction under the declared state of emergency that closes all Provincial and Municipal parks and beaches and prohibits all travel into those parks and beaches.
In a March 22 release, the Province stated that Nova Scotians should only leave home for essential items and services. Also in the release, the Province stated that Provincial trails will remain open for exercise and gathering limits and social distancing guidelines must be followed.