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Coronavirus Information

Province enters next phase of living with COVID-19 on Monday, March 14

Effective Monday, March 14, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. AST 

Masks will no longer be required at public facilities owned and operated by the City of Saint John. 

Facilities operated by third parties such as the Canada Games Aquatic Centre, TD Station, and Community Centres will provide their own direction and updates. 

Masks will not be required on Saint John Transit buses. 

All Common Council and Committee meetings will return to in-person attendance. The option to attend virtually will still be provided. 

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Saint John has remained committed to the health and safety of its employees, of visitors to our workplaces and members of the public.  

While masks are no longer required in our facilities, mask usage should still be viewed as an excellent safety precaution due to the high level of community transmission. 

The City of Saint John reminds the public to be considerate and supportive of anyone who chooses to continue wearing a mask or practice any other precautions related to COVID-19. These measures are a personal choice and must be respected.

The City of Saint John encourages residents to protect their health and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community by getting vaccinated. To book your vaccination appointment, and for walk-in clinic information, visit COVID-19 vaccines (

Please continue to follow the Government of New Brunswick and Government of Canada websites for the latest updates and information.