Canada decided on Tuesday to maintain its border restrictions related to COVID-19 at least until the end of June.
In doing so, "all travellers, regardless of their vaccination status, must continue to transmit their information by
Under the current rules, all foreign tourists coming to Canada must demonstrate that they are fully vaccinated, which amounts to having received at least two doses of the vaccine against COVID-19.
Canadians and permanent residents can enter Canada even if they are not vaccinated, but must first be tested for COVID-19 to ensure that they are not infected at the time of their arrival. Come back to the country. They must also always place themselves in isolation for 14 days after their arrival in Canada.
The extension of these measures comes as the provinces have withdrawn virtually all their mandatory health measures, with a few exceptions such as the wearing of a mandatory mask in public transport or in health establishments in Quebec.