Covid Entry Check: Canada Travel Restrictions

This Canada dashboard provides you with information on travel restrictions, quarantine on entry, Covid-19 cases, entry requirements and green lane updates.

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Last reviewed on 30 Jun 2022, 21:40PM UTC

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Can you enter?

Travel is not restricted by traveller type (e.g., PR, Citizen, Resident).

What to expect in Canada?

πŸ’‰ Vaccine exemptions

Vaccinated travellers may enter and are exempt from pre-arrival Covid-19 test(s) and quarantine requirement(s).

These exemptions only apply to:
Local media reported that officials plan to lift the requirement to present proof of vaccination for domestic travel and outbound international travel effective 20 June, as part of an easing of COVID-19 requirements. Most inbound foreign nationals will still be required to be fully vaccinated for entry.

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πŸ“ Forms

You must obtain advance arrival permission to board your plane. You are required to complete a pre-arrival form.

Federal authorities announced that effective 1 April, the requirement for inbound travellers to present a negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test prior to departure will be discontinued. Random on-arrival testing at ports of entry will continue to be performed; vaccination requirements for entry will also be maintained until further notice. Travellers are still required to use the ArriveCAN app to upload travel and vaccination information within 72 hours of their arrival to Canada and/or before boarding a plane or cruise ship destined for the country. Fully vaccinated travellers who do not submit their information to ArriveCAN won’t be eligible for the fully vaccinated traveller exemption

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🌑️ Testing requirements

There are no pre-arrival test requirements at this time.
On Arrival you may be required to complete a test for Covid-19 and/or some form of medical screening, the cost borne by the traveller

- Starting April 1, 2022, pre-entry tests are no longer required for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada by land, air or water. You must still use ArriveCAN within 72 hours before your arrival to Canada. - Pre-entry tests are required for partially vaccinated or unvaccinated travellers ages 12 and older who are currently eligible to travel to Canada - Officials announced that effective 11 June until at least 30 June, the mandatory random COVID-19 testing upon arrival will be suspended for fully vaccinated travellers at airports nationwide; fully vaccinated travellers may still be subject to random upon arrival testing at land borders. Upon arrival testing will continue for non-fully vaccinated travellers.

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😷 Quarantine requirements

There are no quarantine requirements at this time.Quarantine is to be served at a dedicated facility (costs borne by traveller)

As of 28 February in Nunavik, Quebec, movement between communities is permitted without requiring authorization. Travellers are no longer required to self-isolate for travel to the region or within it. Travellers are also no longer required to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination for travel from the region or within it. Travellers to the region must continue to obtain permission to enter; a negative 72-hour pre-departure test and COVID-19 vaccine passport are required for entry. Public health authorities in Prince Edward Island (PEI) announced that travellers were no longer required to self-isolate upon arrival, regardless of vaccination status, as of 28 February. On-arrival testing and post-arrival antigen testing on days two and four are still required; the tests will be provided at ports of entry. Officials in the Northwest Territories (NWT) announced that most COVID-19 restrictions, including self-quarantine for inbound travellers, restrictions on public gatherings and the vaccine pass, were lifted as of 1 March, following an improvement in the COVID-19 situation. The indoor mask mandate remains in effect. Medical workers, international arrivals and travellers to small communities, must continue to undergo antigen testing on days 0-1 (entry) and day 4 (exit).
Reduced restrictions may apply to vaccinated travellers, please see Vaccine Exemptions for details

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Other important information:
β€’ Travellers must arrive at Abbotsford International (YXX), Calgary (YYC), Edmonton (YEG), Halifax (YHZ), John C. Munro Hamilton International (YHM), Kelowna International (YLW), Montreal (YUL), Ottawa (YOW), Quebec (YQB), Regina International (YQR), Region of Waterloo International (YKF), Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International (YXE), St. John's International (YYT), Toronto Pearson (YYZ), Toronto Billy Bishop (YTZ), Vancouver (YVR), Victoria International (YYJ) or Winnipeg (YWG).
β€’ Travellers must present an ArriveCAN receipt before boarding.
β€’ Travellers arriving directly from India must have a negative COVID-19 test taken at most 18 hours before departure.
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We update our information every 24hrs from travel advisories and government websites. Due to the ever-changing nature of the Covid-19 situation, please remember to check the links provided and your local airlines before you travel. We use Google Translate for quick and timely translations, please excuse any errors. Thank you.