Can’t Enter Canada Now? Don’t Try On Monday, Border Agency Warns Would-be Travelers
The agency that guards Canada’s borders is putting would-be travelers on notice: if you’re not eligible to enter the country now, you won’t be on Monday. That’s the clear message from the Canada Border Services Agency as it prepares to deal with an influx of visitors next week once the federal government begins its preliminary easing of COVID-19 travel restrictions.
As of midnight Sunday night, fully vaccinated Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be exempt from quarantine requirements when they enter the country.
However, the exemption only applies to those eligible travelers who have gone 14 days since receiving a full course of one of the four vaccines approved for use in Canada.