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N.B. to consider hotel quarantine exemptions on ‘case-by-case basis’: province

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non-essential travellers entering New Brunswick would need to isolate at a designated hotel, the provincial government announced it will consider exemptions on a “case-by-case basis.”People will still need to isolate for 14 days, but the decision to allow for some exceptions was announced in a press release Saturday, although it’s not clear who could be exempt.“There may be individual cases that require an alternative to a specific hotel as a designated facility, such as a stand-alone residence,” the news release said. “That will be determined on a case-by-case basis, while ensuring any designated isolation site still meets the need to keep New Brunswickers safe.”The province said anyone with questions on whether they qualify to stay at an.

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