Ottawa to officially lift border COVID-19 mandates, mandatory use of ArriveCAN – National | Globalnews.ca


The federal authorities is anticipated to formally announce the top of COVID-19 border restrictions Monday, together with obligatory vaccinations, testing and quarantine of worldwide travellers.

Two senior authorities sources conscious of the choice confirmed the cupboard order sustaining COVID-19 border measures is not going to be renewed when it expires on Sept. 30.

The sources spoke to The Canadian Press final week on the situation they not be named as a result of they weren’t approved to talk publicly.

The change will imply overseas nationals will not require an permitted collection of vaccinations to enter the nation.


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Ottawa to make controversial ArriveCAN app for travellers non-compulsory: sources

It additionally means Canada-bound travellers will not be topic to random obligatory COVID-19 exams.

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The requirement for unvaccinated Canadians to isolate after they return to the nation and the obligatory use of the ArriveCan app may also finish with the expired order.


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