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Lane designated for truckers, essential workers at N.B. provincial border

essential workers travelling into New Brunswick will now have shorter wait times at the border as the coronavirus pandemic continues.A lane designated specifically for truck drivers and essential service workers went into effect Friday morning in order to improve traffic flow at the Nova Scotia/New Brunswick border.“So we can we can keep commercial traffic flowing as free as possible,” said New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs at the provincial border Friday.In the one week since non-essential travel between provinces in Atlantic Canada has been permitted, travellers have been met with excessively long lines and wait times.The newly-designated lane gives priority to commercial vehicles, essential workers and people heading to Prince Edward

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essential workers travelling into New Brunswick will now have shorter wait times at the border as the coronavirus pandemic continues.A lane designated specifically for truck drivers and essential service workers went into effect Friday morning in order to improve traffic flow at the Nova Scotia/New Brunswick border.“So we can we can keep commercial traffic flowing as free as possible,” said New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs at the provincial border Friday.In the one week since non-essential travel between provinces in Atlantic Canada has been permitted, travellers have been met with excessively long lines and wait times.The newly-designated lane gives priority to commercial vehicles, essential workers and people heading to Prince Edward
The order will take effect at noon Sunday, July 12 and extend to noon Sunday, July 26, unless government terminates or extends it.The province first declared the state of emergency on March 22.Nova Scotia is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.This is the second day in a row with no new cases in Nova Scotia. The most recent case was reported on Wednesday and was connected to a truck driver who travelled outside of Canada as an essential service worker.The province reported one additional resolved case on Friday, dropping that total to three.

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