A release from Health Canada on Monday said the extension of the ban was based on public health advice. Along with this, Canada has also increased the requirement related to third country pre-departure Kovid-19 test for passengers going from India to Canada through the indirect route. Passengers from India connecting at the second point of departure for Canada will require a mandatory pre-departure COVID negative RT-PCR test before continuing their journey to Canada. This announcement comes after Canada announced measures to ease travel restrictions in the country.
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The Canadian government said that if the situation of Corona in the country remains good, then it will open its borders to any fully vaccinated travelers from 7 September. This will only apply to people who have received a Canadian-approved vaccine at least 14 days before entering Canada.
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As a first step, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents will be allowed to enter the country for non-essential travel on August 9, as long as they’ve at least two years before entering Canada. Have completed your vaccination 14 days ago. Fully vaccinated passengers will also not need a post-arrival test from August 9. (agency input)
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