Ottawa. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has expressed the possibility of opening the border to foreigners in view of the successful vaccination campaign in his country. A transcript from conversations between Trudeau and provincial government leaders and territories said, “If our current positive path in terms of vaccination rates and public health status continues, Canada will be able to fully cover all countries by early September.” will be able to welcome vaccinated passengers from . So far, Canada – as well as the United States – has relatively strict entry restrictions.
It could move even faster when traveling from the United States: Trudeau expects fully vaccinated Americans and people living in the United States to travel to the neighboring country from mid-August. The vaccination campaign in Canada started slightly slower than in the United States, but then picked up pace. Of the 38 million Canadians, about 68 percent received at least one dose, and about 36 percent are fully vaccinated. For example, vaccination skepticism in Canada appears to be lower than in the United States.
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