BREAKING: Feds ease travel measures for vaccinated Canadians

Federal health minister Jean-Yves Duclos announced today that the federal government will ease multiple travel restrictions for vaccinated Canadians.

As of February 28th, 2022, Canadians now have the option of presenting a negative rapid antigen test or a molecular PCR test in order to meet pre-entry requirements. Travellers will no longer be obligated to quarantine while awaiting test results.

Unvaccinated Canadians will still be required to be tested on arrival and a mandatory 14-day quarantine is still in force.

The government is also adjusting its travel health notice and will no longer advise Canadians to only travel for essential purposes.

More to come.

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