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    According to Transport Canada, unvaccinated Canadians still have the right to fly home abroad. The Canadian government has implemented a vaccine requirement for travellers for almost two months. The restrictions let air passengers presume everyone over 12 on their flight is fully vaccinated, however that is not the case. 

    Some travellers, including Canadians that are flying home from abroad, are exempt from vaccine requirements. Since November 30, travelers ages 12 years plus four months and older must show proof they’re fully vaccinated to board a passenger flight, train, and cruise ship in Canada. The government did this to help boost vaccination rates in the nation to curb the spread of COVID-19.

    The requirement does not actually apply to everyone, unvaccinated foreigners in Canada can board a departing flight from the country until February 28. Certain unvaccinated foreign nationals can still enter Canada if they are going to be a new permanent resident or visiting for compassionate reasons. Canadians returning home are also exempt from the vaccine requirement.

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