COVID-19 negative certification required to enter the country, subject to vaccine status.
*If you’re not fully vaccinated: Foreign nationals who don’t qualify as fully vaccinated will only be allowed to enter in specific circumstances. Check the Government of Canada’s travel pages to find out if you can enter Canada. If you’re not fully vaccinated but have been granted an exemption to enter Canada, (if 12 years or older) you will need to present proof of:
• a negative COVID-19 molecular test result taken 72 hours before your scheduled flight to Canada, or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry or
• a negative COVID-19 antigen test result, taken no more than one calendar day before your scheduled flight to Canada, or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry or
• a positive COVID-19 molecular test result received in the previous 10 to 180 days before your scheduled flight to Canada, or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry
• positive antigen tests will not be accepted
• have no COVID symptoms;
• submit your mandatory information via ArriveCAN (App or website), including: a credible quarantine plan; confirmation of a negative pre-entry test (or positive test taken 10 to 180 days before entering Canada); COVID-19 symptom self-assessment;
• take a test on arrival, and a further test on day 8 (air travellers are strongly encouraged to pre-register for arrival testing before their flight to Canada)
• wear a face mask during the flight and in airport terminals. If you cannot wear a face mask for medical reasons, you must be in possession of a medical certificate.
• Self-isolate for 14 days (You are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days. Heavy penalties apply if you fail to comply).