Information and Community Links’ Response

It is an exciting time and Nova Scotia opens to New Brunswick, PEI, and Newfoundland and Labrador. Please find information regarding the Atlantic Travel Bubble here.

Nova Scotia is preparing to open businesses and sectors that were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are still each being asked to do our part to ensure the safety of all Nova Scotians, including staying at home when possible, practicing social distancing, and frequent hand washing. These measures will help flatten the curve of COVID-19 to prevent its spread in the province.

Find provincial resources related to reopening at

Community Links continues to work with senior-serving organizations and the Government of Nova Scotia to support older adults and help ensure basic needs are met.

211 is a toll free helpline that connects you to community and social services in your area. Available 24/7 in over 140 languages. If you need non-emergency, non-medical help, call 211 or visit to search the online database.

Older Nova Scotians are encouraged to call 211 or visit for non-emergency, non-medical help and information.

Community Links encourages Nova Scotians to regularly visit the Government of Nova Scotia’s coronavirus web page to get accurate, up-to-date information:

For Alerts and Notices see:

COVID-19 Testing and Data see:

When to seek help see:

Travel Advice, see:

NS Government Response to COVID-19:

Temporary service and facility closure notices from Nova Scotia Health Authority:

For Government of Canada resources, please see:

If you know someone without Internet access who needs general information about the coronavirus, please advise them to call 1-833-784-4397