End of all health measures at borders and in transport
All health measures at borders and in transport, including wearing a mask on board planes and demonstrating proof of vaccination on arrival, will be lifted from October 1, confirms the federal government.
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The ArriveCAN application and the random screening tests that travelers had to undergo will no longer be necessary, starting on Saturday, October 1.
Effective October 1, 2022, all travellers, regardless of citizenship, will no longer be required to enter public health information into the ArriveCAN app or website, provide proof of vaccination, be tested prior to or upon arrival, self-quarantine or self-isolate due to COVID-19, and monitor or report any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 they may exhibit upon arrival in Canada.
The obligation to wear a mask on planes and trains will also be lifted on October 1.
More details to come.