More Canadians are looking to hop on a plane and take a trip as the country loosens testing requirements for international travel. There are still many Canadians that are anxious about travel being 2 years into the pandemic. The federal government fully removed pre-entry testing requirements for fully vaccinated Canadians but there are still some revealed rules in effect.
As of April 1, fully vaccinated travellers no longer have to provide a negative pre-entry COVID-19 test result to enter Canada. Passengers can still be subjected to mandatory, random PCR testing at the airport. However, passengers will not be required to isolate while awaiting their results.
Despite the removal of testing requirements, passengers need to be fully vaccinated in order to board a federally-regulated air, rail, and marine transportation. Travellers also still have to use the ArriveCAN app to enter their related information. Pre-entry testing requirements are not changing for partially vaccinated or unvaccinated travellers who are currently allowed to travel to Canada.
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