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Covid-19 (coronavirus) information and updates

Mandatory Masks

The provincial government announced on October 8, 2020, that wearing masks is now mandatory in indoor public places.

This includes all municipal buildings where the public and employees interact, as well as common areas such as lobbies, elevators and hallways, and shared public spaces, including work spaces within municipal buildings.

This applies to Town Hall, the E & P Sénéchal Center, the Public Works Department, the fire station, the Police Force and the Grand Falls Public Library.

By taking the necessary precautions such as wearing a mask, washing our hands and ensuring physical distance, we can keep our Town in the yellow phase of recovery and reduce the impact of a second wave of COVID-19.

Mandatory Masks - FAQ 

Non-essential travel in and out of zones in the Orange level



Important Notice


Please note that interest charges on amounts due to the Town of Grand Falls will resume as of October 1st, 2020. 

Thank you for your cooperation.

Pandemic Response Plan


Please click on the PDF to view the Town of Grand Falls Covid-19 pandemic response plan.





Here are the steps we are taking to protect our employees, continue to provide essential services to residents, and help reduce the spread of the virus. 

Remember to help your neighbors; be good to one another; don’t panic and, above all, minimize the risk to yourself, your family and friends.  Help reduce the possibilities of transmission by following the measures suggested by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for New Brunswick:

  • Wash your hands often

  • Cough and sneeze into the elbow

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with your hands

  • Cough into a tissue and throw it away

  • Stay at home if you are sick

  • Avoid contact with a sick person

  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if there is no soap and water

Other useful links


  • If you don't have symptoms, visit for more information on self-monitoring, how to protect yourself, and what to do if you think you may be at risk. The web page will be continuously updated.


  • The Public Health Agency of Canada has a toll-free number to answer your questions about COVID, 1-833-784-4397.

Two new online guides offer older adults and caregivers information and tips to help cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

NB 211

211 NB is here to help 24/7/365! As New Brunswick navigates the second wave of COVID-19, people who need support are often unsure where to turn.



Government of New Brunswick:

Guidance for the General Public when Shopping for Essential Food and Retail Services. (See PDF for full details)

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We are currently at phase 2 of New Brunswick’s path to opening


The province will enter Phase 2 on the path toward the Green level of the COVID-19 recovery plan, effective as of midnight tonight June 16, 2021

as long as

  • 75 per cent of New Brunswickers 12 and older have received their first dose of a vaccine

  • 20 per cent of New Brunswickers 65 and older have received their second dose

  • hospitalizations remain low

  • all health zones remain at the Yellow alert level

Click on the following link for complete details in regards to the second phase in returning to green. Path to Green (