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On June 21st 2021, Canada government announce the fully vaccinated travellers guidelines to enter in Canada. Which will comes in effect on 5th of July 2021.

If you are fully vaccinated and meet specific requirements, these measures may apply to you. Fully vaccinated means having received the full series of a vaccine or a combination of vaccines accepted by the Government of Canada (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen) at least 14 days prior to entering Canada.


  • Plan your quarantine.
  • Pre-register for your arrival test.
  • Within 72 hours before your arrival to Canada:
  • Have your ArriveCAN receipt and documents ready, including digital or paper copy of proof of vaccination.

What you need to enter into ArriveCAN:

  • Contact & travel information
  • 14-day travel history
  • Quarantine plan
  • Confirmation of a negative pre-entry test (or positive test taken 14-90 days prior to travel)
  • Proof of vaccination (must be in English or French, or a certified translation)
  • COVID-19 symptom self-assessment

At the border

  • Provide required information and documents, including proof of vaccination, if requested.
  • Answer all eligibility, vaccination and health screening questions.
  • Complete your arrival test on site if services are available. Otherwise, collect a home test kit to use when you arrive at your destination.
  • If you have symptoms or do not meet the exemption requirements, follow the instructions provided by the government representative.

After Entry

  • If you meet all the entry requirements and are fully vaccinated, you are exempt from:
    • quarantine
    • government-authorized hotel (air travellers)
    • day 8 test
  • If you got a home test kit, complete and send it to the lab.
  • If your arrival test is positive, you must follow the instructions of your local public health authority, including quarantine or isolation.
  • Keep your proof of vaccination for 14 days.

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