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    New Vaccination Requirements for Boarding a Plane

    If you’re travelling on a plane, train, or cruise tomorrow, there are new vaccination requirements you need to know about. The federal government has announced new exemptions and a grace period for unvaccinated foreign nationals today. CBC News has learned that they plan to release new details about vaccine mandates for travellers that will come into effect tomorrow. 

    Omar Alghara, the Transport Minister, will be holding an announcement at noon at Toronto Pearson Airport. He will discuss Canada’s final orders and guidance that have been issued to airlines and railways after consultations. As of 3 a.m. on October 30, all travellers in Canada aged 12 and older will have to be fully vaccinated before boarding planes, trains, or cruise ships in the country.

    When travelling abroad Canadians will need to follow the rules of the specific airlines and country they are going to. Travellers will also have to be double vaccinated two weeks prior to travelling. If a traveller has started the vaccination process but is not complete, they can show proof of a negative COVID-19 test until November 29.

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