The beer has stopped flowing. Nova Scotia's self-isolation rules weren't followed by a B.C. woman when she arrived in the province and a brewery had to shut down because she went there. The woman got charged and fined for what she did.\nRoute 19 Brewing, located in Inverness, has closed the doors of their taproom until further notice because of the out of province traveller who went there without self-isolating first.\nOn Facebook, the brewery posted about the closure, what happened after the woman visited and what's next.\nEditor's Choice: Group Of Visitors At Muskoka Resort Cause New Cluster Of COVID-19 Cases (VIDEO)\n"Following a thorough sanitization of our facility yesterday, this is a precautionary closure due to the individual's failure to self-isolate when entering the Atlantic Bubble," they said.\nThere is no date set yet for when the taproom can reopen and people can visit once again.\nWith the health and safety of customers and staff as a top priority, Route 19 Brewing is working with public health officials to figure out when exactly that reopening can happen.\nThe woman was at the taphouse around noon on August 9.\nRoute 19 Brewing said they were told by public health officials that anyone who was there that day doesn't have to self-isolate but should monitor themselves for symptoms.\nIn order to ensure the safety of our staff and guests, the Route 19 Taproom will be closed until further notice. We have...Posted by Route 19 Brewing on Tuesday, August 11, 2020\nAccording to CTV News, Inverness District RCMP received a complaint on August 10 about someone not complying with Nova Scotia's Health Protection Act.\nThat act includes the 14-day self-isolation rule for people entering the province from outside of the Atlantic bubble.\nOfficers charged a 38-year-old B.C. woman with violating the act. There's a $1,000 fine associated with that.\nWe will remain closed today Monday August 10th for cleaning, we apologize for any inconvenience.Posted by Route 19 Brewing on Monday, August 10, 2020\nIn July, someone was caught not quarantining after arriving in Nova Scotia from the U.S. and was fined $1,000.\nEarlier that month, someone who came to the province from our neighbouring country was linked to multiple COVID-19 cases in P.E.I.\nThe Atlantic bubble allows people in New Brunswick, P.E.I., Nova Scotia and Newfoundland & Labrador to travel within the region without isolation requirements.\nWhen it opened, there were massive line ups at the border.