Canada will reopen for international tourism from September 7
Canada will now reopen its borders to international tourism, starting September 7. According to the Canadian government, the borders will be reopened to international tourism, provided the national epidemiological situation remains favourable. For travelers who are fully vaccinated, there is a good chance that they will be able to travel to Canada in September.
Travelers must be fully vaccinated against the virus at least 14 days before entering the country. In addition, travelers should pay attention to the vaccines recognized by Canada. These are Pfixer - BioNTech, AstraZeneca / Covishield, Johnson & Johnson.
The state will begin its plans to reopen the border on August 9 by allowing US citizens and permanent residents, who have been fully vaccinated, into the country for non-essential travel.
It has been reported that travelers use ArriveCAN, either the web or app version, to send travel information. This will let them know if they are eligible to enter Canada and will determine whether or not they should be quarantined in Canada upon arrival. Fully vaccinated travelers are not required to self-quarantine upon entry.
Canada has reported a decrease in COVID 19 cases since the country's vaccination rates increased. As of now, there is a rule of three nights quarantine in a government authorized hotel; The same will be phased out from August 9th.
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