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Travel bubble established with Nunavik

Nunavummiut will be subject to region’s public health measures
As of July 29, Nunavut has a common travel area with Nunavik. Pixabay photo

Today, July 29, the Government of Nunavut opened a common travel area with Nunavik, allowing travellers from communities free of COVID-19 in Nunavut or Nunavik for at least 14 days to travel between the two areas.

A common area traveller’s declaration must be completed and sent to

Masks and physical distancing must be observed during the duration of their travel to and from Nunavut.

Nunavummiut who are currently in Nunavik on exemption to live, work, study or for compassionate reasons and wish to return to the territory must also complete a common area traveller’s declaration.

Those travelling to Nunavik will be subject to the regions public health measures and will have to get tested after arriving in Nunavik. The Government of Nunavut does not test for travel purposes.