Canada finally lifts entry restrictions
But some recommendations remain valid.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Canada has taken a number of sanitary measures to ensure the safety of citizens and foreign passengers. But as of October 1, 2022, all travel restrictions related to COVID-19 will be lifted.
Travelers will no longer need to:
- inform about their health status via the ArriveCAN app;
- provide a certificate of vaccination for crossing the border;
- be tested for COVID-19 before or after arrival in Canada;
- undergo self-isolation and quarantine because of COVID-19;
- report the symptoms of the disease;
- undergo a medical exam to travel to Canada;
- wear masks on airplanes or trains.
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However, the Canadian government still recommends wearing masks, even though it is unnecessary, and reminds you not to travel if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
If the person feels symptoms during the trip or flight, they should report it to the flight attendant or the border officer upon arrival. They will then be referred to a quarantine officer who will decide whether or not the person needs a medical examination.
If you entered the country 14 days before October 1 and were required to self-isolate or take an additional COVID-19 test for any reason, the requirement is automatically waived as of October 1.
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