COVID-19: What to expect at the border
From: Canada Border Services Agency
Exemptions ending for certain travellers entering Canada
Effective , some foreign national travellers who were previously allowed to enter Canada without being fully vaccinated will now be required to be fully vaccinated in order to enter Canada. There will also be changes to testing and quarantine exemptions for certain travellers, regardless of citizenship, entering Canada.
COVID-19: Global travel advisory
Effective : Avoid non-essential travel outside Canada, regardless of your vaccination status. Omicron travel health notice
Travel restrictions remain in place for all foreign nationals, including U.S. citizens.
Travellers with a right to enter Canada: Be aware that some public health measures continue to apply upon your return, regardless of your vaccination status.
Find out what you need to do before you arrive. Before heading to the border, get informed and understand your obligations.
Services and information
Entry restrictions are still in place for foreign nationals.
Flying, driving or entering by private boat.
Requirements before and at the border. Accepted vaccines. Travel with children.
Mandatory pre-arrival tests. Arrange for arrival testing.
How to submit your proof in ArriveCAN. Use the most up-to-date version of the app.
How to plan for your quarantine. Quarantining with others in the same household.
Find out if you may be exempt from certain requirements.
Transiting to another country by air. Driving to or from Alaska. Transiting through Canadian waters.
Certain air, marine and land borders are temporarily closed.
Suspension of enrollment centres and land lanes. Renewals.
Guidance and interim orders related to cruise ship travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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