The Federal government announced Thursday that Canada will no longer require a pre-entry COVID-19 test for fully vaccinated travellers by April 1. The pre-testing requirements will be removed from both airports and land border crossings.
This means if you have received the full dose of a government-approved vaccine, you will no longer need to show proof of a negative antigen or molecular test prior to your flight into Canada or arrival at a land border.
Despite the dropping of this requirement, the government will continue to randomly test travellers upon arrival in Canada to identify and track COVID-19 variants. This means you may still be required to take a COVID-19 test once you have entered Canada.
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