Travellers to Nova Scotia arriving from outside the Atlantic Bubble can now complete the Self-declaration Form (Tracking Travellers to Nova Scotia) online at https://travel-declaration.novascotia.ca/
Every adult (18 or older) from outside Atlantic Canada needs to complete a Self-declaration Form before they travel to the province, unless they’re exempt from self-isolation.
When arriving in Nova Scotia, travellers must show the confirmation email received after submitting the form online. They also need to provide government-issued identification (for example, Driver's Licence or Health Card) or a utility bill or bank statement that shows a permanent home address
Travellers can use the Self-declaration Form - Tracking Travellers to Nova Scotia (PDF 117 kB) if they are unable to complete the form online. A paper copy of the Self-declaration Form is also available at entry points to Nova Scotia for people who don't have access to the form online.
For more information about public health guidelines in Nova Scotia, visit https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus .