The Government of Canada has extended the existing entry rules.
On Wednesday, the Canadian government announced that it would continue to maintain existing entry and border rules. as breakingtravelnews The report, rules will be in effect till at least 30 September.
Entry rules will remain in force until at least September
Canada has been allowing vaccinated people to enter the country without testing since early April. Random testing has also been suspended since June. It is still difficult for non-vaccinated travelers to enter the North American country. You should be tested before departure and on the first and eighth day after arrival. Barring a few exceptions, a 14-day quarantine is also mandatory.
In addition, almost all passengers have to register through the Arivacan app. Travel information must be presented 72 hours prior to entry or upon boarding a cruise ship bound for Canada.
Today’s announcement would not be possible without Canadians’ continued efforts to vaccinate themselves, wear masks and follow public health advice while traveling. Our government’s commitment will always be to protect passengers, employees and their communities from the effects of COVID-19, while keeping our transportation system strong, efficient and resilient for a long time.
Canadian Transport Minister Omar Alghbra
The Canadian government continues to warn about the virus and reminds that the COVID pandemic is not over. The transport minister said the announcement of the expansion of Canada’s “relaxed” entry rules is also possible only because Canadians are getting vaccinated, wearing their masks and following public health advice when traveling.
Conclusion on expanding entry rules in Canada
Canada remains on its clear path to dealing with the COVID pandemic and is expanding its entry rules. For those who have been vaccinated, it is still easier and they can enter the country without any tests. For unvaccinated travelers, it is still time-consuming and with few exceptions, entry is associated with a 14-day quarantine.
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