Canada Drops PCR Test Requirement For Short Trips

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Good news for Canadian travellers who are planning short trips.

All travellers entering Canada, regardless of vaccination status, have been required to present proof of a molecular COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of crossing the land border or boarding a flight.

Canada announced several new measures at the border that will begin to take effect at the end of the month.

The Canadian government will be lifting the PCR test requirement for fully vaccinated Canadian and permanent residents returning to Canada after short trips starting 30 November.

This means that as soon as this re-entry requirement comes into effect, travellers who are coming back into the country within 72 hours of their departure will no longer need to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
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Canada opened its borders in October to non-essential international travellers who have received both doses of a Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccine.

Meanwhile, fully vaccinated Americans have been allowed to cross the land border into Canada since August, with certain entry conditions.

Canada's chief public health officer Dr Theresa Tam said the federal government is taking a "phased approach" when it comes to permitting fully vaccinated tourists into the country without a negative molecular test.
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In addition to the change in re-entry testing, the federal government announced that travellers who have received the Sinopharm, Sinovac and Covaxin COVID-19 vaccines will be considered fully vaccinated for travel purposes on 30 November.

Fully vaccinated travellers can enter Canada with a pre-entry molecular COVID-19 test result for all travellers five years of age or older.

Antigen tests are not accepted.

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