Starting October 30, travellers who are 12 years and older need to be fully vaccinated for domestic or international travels.
Those who are not vaccinated and the result of their test is positive while travelling, are not allowed to continue their travel or return to where they departed from, unless they spend a 14-day isolation period.
Proof of vaccination from the local health centers (or the country of residence), with Canadian government-approved vaccines, will be accepted.
Emergency situations may be exempted from these new restrictions.
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