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Updated Travel Requirements for Vaccinated Travellers Entering Canada

The government of Canada has recently updated travel requirements for vaccinated travellers.

At the border, all travellers are required to show a proof of a valid negative molecular test (PCR) taken within 72 hours of the flight’s departure. Starting February 28, antigen tests are ALSO accepted for entry to Canada.

This means travellers may choose between a proof of PCR test OR a proof of a professionally administered negative antigen test taken outside of Canada, no more than 1 day before the scheduled flight to Canada.

To help navigate through the different requirements, visit the government website. Use the designated checklist provided on this page to ensure you have all necessary items with you for assessment by a government official at the border.

The checklist includes :

  • Results of your professionally administered or observed pre-entry test

  • ArriveCAN receipt with letter I or, V, or A beside the vaccinated traveller’s name

  • Proof of vaccination that was uploaded into ArriveCAN (original or paper copy)

  • Have a quarantine plan

  • Travel document entered in ArriveCAN (e.g. passport)

Be sure to plan your trip accordingly to the measures for a hassle-free travel experience.

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