Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia - Where History Meets Opportunity

Phone: 902.532.2043

COVID-19 Update – January 13, 2021

Updated – January 13, 2021

The well-being and safety of our residents, business operators, visitors and staff is our top priority.  Council will continue to closely monitor the new developments and public health notices regarding COVID-19. In light of the reporting of the cases of Coronavirus in the province, and in response to the advice of Nova Scotia’s Chief Health Officer, the following steps are being taken to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community:

  • Face masks will be required upon entering Town Hall. Town Hall is open to the public with a limit of 2 people at a time.
  • All group recreational activities at the  gym have resumed, with ongoing monitoring of Public Health directives that allow appropriate gathering limits. The programs will be cancelled if there is an increase risk to the public health.
  • Community Hub is open to the public. Face masks are required in all public areas.
  • All sub-committees will meet virtually as required, with Committee of the Whole and Council meetings continuing at this time at 5 pm and held virtually.
  • Public Washrooms at the Comfort Centre are open from 8 am to 8 pm 7 days a weeks.
  • We are encouraging on-line payments through the bank or on-line.

Volunteer and support the Nova Scotia COVID Vaccine program

If you would like to become a volunteer at the Annapolis Community Health Centre please contact:

Jennifer Moore, Volunteer Resources Consultant, Tel: 902-365-1701 Ext 3444 or email 


For more information please review the Government of Nova Scotia COVID-19 website,

Nova Scotia Health Public Health is advising of potential exposure to COVID-19. Potential exposure notifications are now listed here:

  • When notifications about potential exposures to COVID-19 are made it is not in any way a reflection on the behavior or activities of those named in the notification.