Canada extends COVID-19 border travel restrictions for at least another month
(by Dakota Christensen | Rebel News) – The Canadian federal government announced Tuesday that all COVID-19 restrictions at the border will remain in place for at least another month.
The Public Health Agency of Canada made the announcement on Twitter, stating that “The [Government of Canada] is extending current border measures for travellers entering Canada until at least June 30, 2022… All travellers, regardless of vaccination status, must continue to submit their information in #ArriveCAN through the free app or web site.”
(1/2) The #GoC is extending current border measures for travellers entering Canada until at least June 30, 2022. Learn more: https://t.co/MO267u38oB pic.twitter.com/mvWsVLLIE4
— Health Canada and PHAC (@GovCanHealth) May 31, 2022
All current COVID-19 restrictions will remain in place at Canadian airports and land borders, including vaccine mandates, testing requirements and the requirement to “provide mandatory travel information” to the federal government through the ArriveCan app. Travellers who do not submit their information via the government app “may be denied entry into Canada” or face substantial fines. Read Full Article >