Next month, all of Canada’s remaining Covid travel restrictions—including those that apply to cruise passengers—will be lifted.
No one arriving after October 1 will be subject to testing, quarantine, or isolation procedures, regardless of nationality or vaccination status.
Travelers will no longer be required to wear masks on trains and airplanes, despite the fact that doing so is still advised by Transport Canada.
Cruise guests won’t be forced to take pre-boarding exams, get shots, or utilize the ArriveCAN app going forward.
On Monday (26th September), the Canadian government announced that it had decided to relax its Covid regulations. It did so by citing the most recent information and Covid-19 data, which it claimed indicated that Canada had “largely passed” the peak of the Omicron wave, as well as “operational considerations” and the epidemiological context both domestically and abroad.
The government also based its choice on Canada’s high vaccination rate, lower hospitalization and mortality rates, and the availability of Covid booster shots, quick tests, and treatments.
No of their citizenship, all travelers will no longer be required as of October 1 to:
The administration additionally stated: “Cruise measures are also being lifted, and travellers will no longer be required to have pre-board tests, be vaccinated, or use ArriveCAN.
“A set of guidelines will remain to protect passengers and crew, which will align with the approach used in the United States.”
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