N.S. requires travellers from N.L. to be tested for COVID-19, quarantine on arrival
Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer, Dr. Robert Strang, said Friday that anyone who travels to the province from Newfoundland and Labrador would need to be tested for COVID-19 and quarantine for 14 days following a spike in the number of cases reported there. He said those who have visitors from Newfoundland should also get tested for the virus.