|COHV Updates:||Links & Information|
|Covid-19 Federal Resources:||Covid-19 Canada|
|Covid 19 Provincial Resources:||Covid-19 Newfoundland & Labrador|
|Business Resources:||Covid-19 Business Support|
|Staff Resources:||Covid-19 Support|
|Dealership Sales:||Open with no capacity restrictions. Masks required|
|Dealership Service:||Open with no capacity restrictions. Masks required|
|On Road Riding:||Travel permitted, see chart below for restrictions|
|Off Road Riding:||Open|
|Additional Information:||Nfld & Lab. Retailer|
July 14, 2021
Newfoundland and Labrador enter Step 1
April 4, 2021
Dealerships open, PPE and general Covid protocol required. No other restrictions on capacity or hours of operation.
June 26, 2020
“Atlantic Bubble” – Starting July 3, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador are allowing for an “Atlantic bubble.” While the Atlantic provinces remain more restrictive to interprovincial travelers than other provinces, starting July 3 there will be no self-isolation requirement for travelers coming from another Atlantic province.
Newfoundland and Labrador – Newfoundland and Labrador is moving to the next step of its re-opening plan, Alert Level 2, today. Bars and lounges are permitted to re-open with reduced capacity as well as indoor entertainment facilities. Gyms and fitness facilities can open, as can places of worship.