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    With many COVID-19 restrictions gradually easing, many Canadians are looking to travel, here are the latest changes. Starting June 20, passengers no longer need to be fully vaccinated to board a plane or train in Canada. Previously all passengers needed to have two doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine or one of Johnson & Johnson’s.

    Foreign nationals entering Canada are required to be vaccinated unless they meet one of the criteria for exemption. Transport Canada said if you’re planning to travel internationally, be sure to check the COVID-19 rules for your destination. Ottawa said they will bring back mandates if the situation in the virus worsens. 

    Vaccinated Canadians returning from international flights must still meet entry requirements, including using the ArriveCAN mobile app or desktop version. Unvaccinated individuals will have to meet additional testing and quarantine requirements.  

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