State of Emergency Extended (Apr. 16, 2020)
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs has announced that the State of Emergency resulting from the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has been formally extended for another two weeks. Updates to the mandatory order include licensed restaurants now being permitted to sell alcoholic beverages in pick-up or take-out orders (conditions include that all reasonable steps be taken to ensure no delivery to minors nor to someone who is intoxicated), as well as further clarification of what businesses can and cannot remain open during this period. As well, the ban on open fires will remain in effect during the State of Emergency (until May 1st). All of the details can be found here.