As per Public Health’s measures for organizations and service providers, New Brunswick churches must have and follow a COVID-19 Operational Plan to show adherance to public health measures and guidelines in order to open.
- Lockdown (Zone 4): Closed or virtual only (with five or less people to work together on the production of virtual services, with continuous mask wearing, and physical distancing at all times.
- Yellow level: Two metres of distance is maintained between people outside of their household or Steady15 at a maximum of 50% of your worship/meeting space, and everyone is wearing a mask. Singing is permitted only with mask wearing and two metres of distance in place. Visits will be allowed in hospitals, as per regional health authority policy and guidance.
- In both yellow and orange levels, the exemption to mask wearing for officiants and song leaders is still in place, with four meters of distance.
- Churches must continue to have their written COVID-19 operational plan in place that adheres to all Public Health infection and control measures, including the recording of attendees and the refusal of parishioners with COVID-19 symptoms and those who are in self-isolation.
Province of New Brunswick
Chambers of Commerce
You are encouraged to connect with your local Chamber of Commerce.
In particular, the Fredericton Chamber has identified companies and such where PPE (personal protective equipment) and BPP (business preparedness products) are available to be sourced from.
The three (Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton) chambers worked together to provided this document
Government of Canada
- Big Fiddle Still, craft distillery from Harvey now producing hand sanitizer, 506-366-8002, email@example.com - charging their cost plus $1 which goes to food banks
- Fredericton/Keswick-based GAP Group - hand sanitizer (75% alcohol), disinfectant and face masks
- Maxill - Canadian company with many years supplying sanitizing products to dentists
- DVine Labs - Ontario company producing hand sanitizer - price list