Coronavirus (COVID-19): education and childcare
Guidance for childcare, public schools and post-secondary education during COVID-19.
Every post-secondary student travelling into Nova Scotia from another Canadian province or territory (outside Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador) needs to apply to travel to Nova Scotia by completing the Safe Check-in Form before they travel to the province. They should apply to travel to Nova Scotia as a regular traveller. When they arrive in Nova Scotia, students may need to self-isolate based on their vaccination status. Learn more: Travel into Nova Scotia.
Contact your university or college for COVID-19 safety requirements and to learn what they're doing to keep everyone safe.
International students entering Canada must follow federal isolation, testing and travel requirements in the Quarantine Act. International students don't need to apply to travel to Nova Scotia before they travel to the province (they don't complete the Safe Check-in Form), unless they're staying in another Canadian province or territory (outside Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador) before arriving in Nova Scotia.
Find guidelines to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 at universities and colleges.
- Attending University and College Factsheet (PDF)
- International Post-Secondary Student Institutional Readiness (PDF)
- International Post-secondary Students Factsheet (PDF)
Preparing for a new school year
Learn about Nova Scotia's public school and Pre-primary Program Back to School Plan for 2021 to 2022.
Childcare during COVID-19
Guidance for licensed childcare settings during COVID-19 – Childcare Setting Guidance (PDF).