On Saturday (October 1), Canada will lift all COVID-19 limitations for inbound tourists, as well as testing, quarantine, and isolation procedures, the government announced on Monday. The government said the decision to lift the limitations was based on Canada’s vaccination rate, the availability of improved vaccines and treatments, and scientific modeling that showed the country had passed the peak of the last wave of coronavirus illnesses.
“Obviously, we have no hope of reintroducing any of these regulations,” he told reporters in Ottawa. “But if we need to safeguard the safety of Canadians, we will have to.” From Saturday, all travelers, regardless of citizenship, will no longer be required to provide health information via the ArriveCAN app or produce proof of vaccination. The need for passengers to wear masks on planes and trains would also be eliminated, according to the statement.
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