Canada set to drop vaccine requirement at border
Canada’s federal government could drop Covid-19 vaccine border requirements by the end of this month
It will reportedly relax the need for the ArriveCan app, by making it optional.
The government is slated to announce the policy change soon.
It would also reportedly end random Covid-19 testing for inbound travellers.
The federal government previously said current restrictions would remain in force until September 30.
Reports suggest it won’t be extend this time.
Currently, foreign nationals travelling Canada still have to be vaccinated.
The United States still requires foreign citizens to be fully vaccinated, and there is no indication that is about to change in the coming days.
Tourism minister Randy Boissonnault declined to comment on specific changes, but said: My colleagues and I are going to make sure that we do the right thing to boost the economy but also