All travelers coming to Canada are required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Canada, unless they fall under an exemption. Travelers to Canada must continue to use the ArriveCAN app and provide accurate contact information and their mandatory 14-day quarantine plan on or before entry.
All individuals entering Canada 5 years of age or older must provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of boarding and must wear a face covering and practice social distancing wherever possible.
The rules and restrictions regarding travel are constantly changing and you should ensure that you check the latest information prior to your return to Canada. You can access the latest requirements here.
Foreign nationals travelling from all other countries outside the U.S. who fall into an enumerated exemption. Some of these exemptions include foreign nationals who hold a valid work permit, hold a written work permit approval, hold a valid study permit, hold a written study permit approval issued from a designated learning institution, or a person whose application for permanent residence was approved before March 18, 2020. In some cases, foreign nationals who have an immediate family member residing in Canada who is on a work permit or study permit holder may be authorized by a designated official to enter Canada for the purposes of family reunification.
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