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    Fully vaccinated Canadians who fly into the country will no longer be forced to self-isolate for 14 days after arriving. They have also confirmed they will no longer have to stay in a quarantined hotel either, according to CTV News. These fully vaccinated travellers will still have to take a mandatory COVID-19 test as soon as they arrive in Canada. Also, they must isolate until they receive the negative test result.

    The eased restrictions will apply to any Canadian citizen or permanent resident who has received two doses of vaccinations. This comes after calls to end the mandatory hotel stay and allow fully vaccinated individuals to move more freely. Health Minister Patty Hajdu was reluctant to change but sources say the changes will come into effect in July.

    The mandatory 14-day isolation period for non-essential international travel has been in place since March of 2020. The rules on restrictions were renewed each month and are now set to expire on June 21.

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