Nova Scotia Safe Check-in
You need to fill out a Nova Scotia Safe Check-in form if you are at least 18 years old and entering Nova Scotia.
After you complete the form, you will receive a confirmation email. You will need to show this email when you arrive at the border. You will also need to show government-issued identification. Accepted forms of identification include:
- driver licence
- government identification card
- bank statement with permanent home address
- utility bill with permanent home address
Changes for travellers coming from New Brunswick
If you’re travelling from New Brunswick you must self-isolate for 14 days when you arrive in Nova Scotia. Complete this form before you travel to Nova Scotia.
The personal information you provide online for the Nova Scotia Safe Check-in form is collected under the authority sections 8, 15 and 50 of the Health Protection Act (PDF). The submitted personal information via this form is subject to the Government of Nova Scotia’s security and privacy policies. The collected personal information will only be used to facilitate COVID-19 Screening process, unless otherwise authorized by law or your express consent. Any secondary use without express consent is limited to aggregate, de-identified information.