Vaccination is one of the most effective strategies to combat COVID-19, and the Canadian government is taking steps to further safeguard travelers’ health and safety and improve travel security. It will also aid in the vaccination of as many Canadians as possible. If you are 12 years old plus four months or older on October 30, 2021, at 03:00 EDT, you must be fully vaccinated in order to board. If you aren’t completely vaccinated, there is a transition phase. From October 30 October 30 to November 29 November 29, 2021, passengers who do not meet the complete vaccination requirements will be eligible to fly if they can present a valid COVID-19 molecular test done within 72 hours of departure.
Find Out If You Are Ready To Ride.
To board your plane or train, if you are 12 years and four months old or older, you must:
- be fully immunized with approved vaccines
- be ready at any time during your trip to show your official proof of vaccination
- obtain at least two doses of the approved COVID-19 vaccine or a combination of the two approved vaccines
- get your second dose at least 14 full days before your departure date
- they have no signs or symptoms of COVID-19
- wear a mask
- COVID-19 test: if you qualify for a full vaccine, the COVID-19 test is not required to board a plane or train unless you are flying to a country that needs you. If you do not qualify as a full-time vaccine, get a valid molecular test.
- Contact your airline or train operator about their boarding requirements and refund policies.
- Accepted vaccines
- If you are unable to provide proof of vaccine or a valid result of the COVID-19 test, you will not be allowed to leave. If you show your airline or railway company that you are eligible for boarding but fail to provide proof, you may also face penalties or penalties.
Giving Evidence Of Vaccination After Opening Of The Canadian Airport
The Canadian COVID-19 vaccine is a reliable way to show your COVID-19 vaccine history while traveling, and it contains all the necessary information for domestic and international travel. If you plan to show your vaccination evidence on your phone, we recommend that you carry a backup copy of the paper during your trip in case of difficulty (e.g., power failure of your phone). If you do not have Canadian evidence, your proof of vaccination is not available in English or FrenchProtecting your privacy
Further Testing Associated With The Vaccination Requirement
Change period: from October 30 to November 29, there will be a short transition period in which unqualified travelers as fully vaccinated will be able to travel if they can demonstrate valid COVID-19 cell tests taken within 72 hours of travel. From November 30 to November 30, testing without COVID-19 will no longer be accepted as an alternative to vaccination. Travelers must now make arrangements to ensure full immunization by no later than November 30. Passengers from small or remote communities will still be able to access essential services for their health, well-being or well-being, and return safely to their homes. Providing a test result if you do not qualify for a full immunization. Details of the limited alternatives available on November 30 will be provided in the coming days.
Other Ride Requirements
In addition to the vaccination requirement, all current compulsory pre-boarding and occupational health requirements remain in place, including medical examination questions, wearing a mask inside planes and train terminals, and onboard flights and trains. All passengers must wear a mask throughout their trip except when eating, drinking, or taking medication, or unless otherwise released. Some of these releases include:
- children under two years of age
- people who can remove the mask without help
- people who provide a medical certificate confirming that they cannot wear a face mask for medical reason.