Canada Eases Travel Restrictions For International Students & Citizens; Here’s Everything To Know

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Canada has eased entry restrictions for permanent residents, international students and temporary workers with a valid work permit. Fully vaccinated passengers can skip quarantine upon arrival, but they must be inoculated with vaccines approved by Canada. Unvaccinated travellers or those inoculated with unapproved vaccines will need to undergo quarantine in a government-approved hotel for three days until they get the result of their COVID-19 test. On the eighth day, they need to take a second test and complete a self-isolation of 14 days.

Fully-Vaccinated Travellers Can Skip Quarantine In Canada

Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada said in a tweet, “Fully vaccinated travellers 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.” Canada has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, Astra Zeneca/Covishield, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines till now. Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin or Russia’s Sputnik V are not approved by Canada.

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Rules For Unvaccinated Travellers

Unvaccinated travellers or those inoculated with unapproved vaccines will need to undergo quarantine in a government-approved hotel for three days until they get the result of their COVID-19 test. On the eighth day, they need to take a second test and complete a self-isolation of 14 days.

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Canada has banned direct flights from India till July 21. Those travelling to Canada via connecting flights will need to show negative COVID-19 results of tests to be conducted at the final point of departure before entry to the nation.

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