For anyone who is travelling to Canada will need to carry a negative COVID test before three days. As of now, the PCR test is the most effective for coronavirus. Hence, it is highly recommended to show the PCR test. The implementation of the policy will begin from January 7, 2021.
As per the public health minister Bill Blair, there will more officials at Canada’s port. Alongside he also mentioned that there will be NO CHANGE IN THE 14 DAY QUARANTINE REQUIREMENT.
We can expect detailed information in the coming weeks.
Travelling to Canada requires the 14-day stay. This means that the person will have to stay indoors and manage groceries and medicine. For those who break the rule will have to pay CAD $750,000 fines.
There is an exception for some travellers to break the quarantine plan. But it is only applicable for the compassionate reasons like attending the funeral or spending time with the beloved one during the last moments.
Due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases, the restrictions are becoming tad tight for safety among everyone.
Here’s a checklist for the travellers going to Canada.
|A negative PCR test for COVID-19 prior to three days of travel|
|Must have 14-day quarantine plan including food, groceries, and medicine|
|Must install ArriveCAN app before travelling Canada. It will have basic information and self-assessment|