Canada announces the end of sanitary measures at the border

CORONAVIRUS – As of Saturday, all border health restrictions related to the Covid-10 pandemic will be lifted to enter Canada

No more screening, quarantine or isolation requirements… The Canadian government announced Monday that it would end all border health restrictions intended to combat the spread of the virus on Saturday. COVID-19 and, in particular, the end of compulsory vaccination upon entering the Canada.

“We believe that we are now in a position to change our approach to international borders,” said Dominic LeBlanc, Minister for Intergovernmental Affairs, noting that “the health situation has greatly improved.”

The mask continued to be de rigueur on planes and trains.

People over the age of 12 had to be vaccinated before entering Canada or be screened before entering, upon arrival and quarantined for 14 days. Random testing for those vaccinated also continued. In addition, Canada imposed the use of masks on planes and trains.

According to the Canadian government, transmission of the virus occurs primarily within the country. However, it is still recommended to wear a mask to prevent the spread of the virus.

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