Published on : July 6, 2021
Canada will soon be easing out on travel restrictions only in the case of the citizens and permanent residents from Monday.
Canada is all set to welcome international passengers from Monday, owing to its easing out on restrictions announced by the Public Health Agency of Canada on July 3.
The move is a welcoming one as it will benefit Canadian citizens, permanent residents, international students, their relatives, along with some workers who have valid work permits.
● From Monday Canada will be easing out on restrictions for permanent residents and citizens
● The travelers need to go for self-quarantine for at least 3 days while awaiting their results for COVID -19 test done on arrival
● However, self-quarantine or isolation is not required for those who are fully vaccinated with any of the vaccines approved by Canada. So far the government has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Astra Zeneca/Covishield, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
● Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada tweeted on July 3, " Fully vaccinated travelers allowed to enter Canada may be exempted from federal quarantine and day 8 testing starting July 5. Only vaccines approved by the Government of Canada will be accepted."
● Flights from India are still banned till July 21 until further notice. Also, those traveling via connecting flights need to provide negative COVID test results.
● COVAXIN by Bharat Biotech and Russia's Sputnik V is not approved by Canada.
● Those who are travelling with a vaccine jab need to self quarantine at the hotel for 3 days, need to take a second test on the eighth day of their arrival and need to complete self quarantine for 14 days.
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