Even if fully vaccinated, travellers must undergo a COVID-19 test and may not get full insurance coverage. When Canada announced vaccinated individuals can skip the required quarantine, many got the inspiration to start making travel plans. However, the pandemic is not over and it is very important to understand the rules in Canada and other countries which could impact your trip.
People who are fully vaccinated and skipping the quarantine must show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test before arriving in Canada. They must also take a second test upon arrival in Canada which needs to be negative in order to skip the quarantine. Travellers will have to schedule and pay for the two tests which can cost upwards of hundreds of dollars in certain country’s
Other countries and vacation destinations may also require you to provide proof of a negative test before entering and will come with a fee. The United States, Jamaica, and Saint Lucia are examples of countries that will require proof of a COVID-19 test even if you are fully vaccinated. Other locations such as Mexico and the Dominican Republic have no test requirements, and certain European countries are excluding the test requirements for fully vaccinated people.
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