Starting Tuesday, September 7, all fully vaccinated international travelers wanting to head to Canada will finally be able to do so. After months of restrictions, Canada is finally reopening its borders to all foreign travelers. In addition to being vaccinated, the traveler entering Canada must show proof of a negative screening test for covid-19 carried out no later than 72 hours before the scheduled flight. And the second proof of vaccination should be dated at least 14 days prior to arrival in Canada.
But be careful, you must be doubly vaccinated against covid-19 with a vaccine authorized by Health Canada such as that of Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. And it will also show no symptoms.
Unlike Europe, Canada has not classified countries according to the level of the health crisis. But flights between Canada and some countries are still suspended, including those with India and Morocco. American travelers can already come to Canada since August 9.
And don’t forget to download the ArriveCan app before you board your plane.