Canada Opens It's Borders to US Travelers
Canada’s land border will see its first major change in over a year since being closed in March 2020. The Canadian Government has announced that on August 9 it will allow fully vaccinated US travelers to enter Canada for any reason and without having to quarantine. However, there are quite a few rules you must be aware of:
Who will be allowed to enter from the US?
To begin with, only the US citizens and residents who are currently living in the states so if a passenger does not have a US passport or proof of residence in the US they won’t be allowed in.
In Canada, this will mean that at least 14 days have passed since a passenger has received both doses of one of the four Canadian-approved vaccines. This currently includes:
Johnson & Johnson
Prior to entry, Canada still requires a covid test performed 72 hours before the flight or entry. They’ll also need to submit all their information via the ArriveCAN system.
Currently, only four Canadian airports are receiving international passenger flights – CYUL/Montreal, CYYZ/Toronto, CYYC/Calgary, and CYVR/Vancouver. But this is also changing from August 9, the list will be expanded to include the following airports:
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