Canada is once again encouraging non-essential travel

Canada has some of the strictest travel protocols in the Western Hemisphere. Fortunately, the country is once again encouraging non-essential travel for Canadians. These are the latest details of international travel from Canada.

WEST VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – OCTOBER 11: A skyline view of the Canadian National Tower located in Ontario, Canada, also known as the CN tower.

Ends the non-essential travel warning

On October 21, 2021, Canada abandoned its non-essential overseas travel advice for road and air leisure travel. However, Canadian officials still discourage international cruise travel. This position copies the CDC’s international travel guide that recommends that U.S. citizens delay international travel until they are fully vaccinated.

Several factors contribute to this political movement:

Vaccination rates are rising across Canada. The number of cases is declining in most provinces and cities. Government officials are developing long-term health protocols.

Approximately 82% of the population aged 12 and over is fully vaccinated on October 26, 2021.

Canada Travel Guidelines

As Canadians prepare to travel internationally, there are several health protocols to protect travelers and transportation employees.

You must be fully vaccinated to travel to Canada

Canada requires that eligible citizens and international travelers be fully vaccinated when using business trips in the country. This vaccine mandate applies to airlines and trains.

Complete vaccination for international visitors

More countries around the world require that arriving visitors be fully vaccinated and have proof prior to negative arrival. Canada also has this requirement for visitors, including Americans, to enter the country to travel non-essentials.

As of November 8, 2021, the travel ban in the United States ends and all foreign travelers traveling to the U.S. must be fully vaccinated and have a negative diagnostic test.

The U.S.-Canada land border soon reopens

While Canada reopened its land border to the Americans in August, the United States is finally reopening Canadian vehicles. Potentially, the first Canadians can drive to the U.S. as early as November 8, 2021, when the Biden Administration lifts air travel restrictions for all foreign visitors.

The U.S. government has yet to finalize entry requirements for the ground crossing, such as diagnostic tests. However, official statements indicate that the guidelines will be similar to flying in the United States.

Summary

Relaxed international travel patterns are a breath of fresh air for Canadians, as the country has made it easier for non-Canadians to fly or drive in the country for non-essential travel. Now that other countries have similar international travel guidelines to Canada, there are fewer obstacles to re-vacationing abroad.

 

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