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The New Brunswick government is bringing in additional travel restrictions for leisure travellers and people who travel for work such as truckers and commuters.

Premier Blaine Higgs announced Friday that starting Saturday at 11:59 p.m., people travelling for?non-essential reasonswhich was first detected in India and recently popped up in Quebec?will have to self-isolate at an isolation hotel at their own expense for at least seven days when they return toThe novel coronavirus in Sanikiluaq?New Brunswick.

They will be required to take a COVID-19 test on day five, and if they test negative they can continue the last half of?their isolation at a home where no one else lives.?

Higgs said the hotels will be in designated areas around?the province, and the cost to stay in them would be around $200 a night.?

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