Vaccinated travellers entering Canada no longer need a pre-entry COVID-19 test. The change to the rules previously requiring any traveller, regardless of vaccination status, to provide a negative PCR or rapid test upon entry into Canada took effect April 1.
However, Health Canada will still require anyone arriving from outside the country to wear a mask in public settings for at least two weeks, even if they are fully vaccinated. Read more: Canada’s travel rules just changed.
What’s new, and what’s the same? The rules for unvaccinated and partially-vaccinated Canadians and other travellers who are exempt from the vaccine requirement remain unchanged.
They would still need to provide a negative test, or evidence that enough time has passed after an infection, to enter the country.