What you need to know
Each adult (18 or older) must complete their own form. You can include someone under 18 who is travelling with you on your form if you’re staying together at the same Nova Scotia address.
If you’re 16 or 17 and travelling alone, you can complete your own form (your parent or guardian can also complete the form for you). A parent or guardian needs to complete the form for someone 15 or younger who is travelling alone.
After you complete the form, you’ll receive a confirmation email (you need show this when you arrive at the border). Your confirmation email will include any self-isolation requirements, travel protocols and required identification documents that you need when you arrive in Nova Scotia.
Check-in if you’re exempt from the self-isolation requirement. Even if you’re exempt, you still need to follow the Exempt Traveller Protocol (PDF). You also need to watch for symptoms and self-isolate if you start to feel sick.Check-in for exempt travellers
Child custody travellers
Check-in if you’re travelling for child custody reasons, including dropping off, picking up or visiting. You need to follow the COVID-19 Protocol for Child Custody (PDF).Check-in for child custody travellers
All other travellers
Check-in if you’re a rotational worker returning to Nova Scotia, specialized worker or post-secondary student attending university or college. Or are travelling for an essential reason.Check-in for all other travellers