Border restrictions lifted in Canada for US citizens with two doses of vaccine

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In statements made by the Canada Border Security Agency and the Public Health Agency, it was announced that border restrictions were lifted for those who documented they had the two approved doses of Kovid-19 vaccine. by the Canadian Federal Department of Health, such as August 9 for US citizens and September 7 for citizens of other countries.

US citizens, who will begin benefiting from the application from today, must have received all doses of the Kovid-19 vaccine 14 days prior to their arrival in Canada in order to be considered fully vaccinated.

US citizens and green card holders entering Canada from the US are required to submit their vaccination documents and travel information using the “ArriveCAN” app 72 hours prior to their arrival in the country.

While the previously required 3-day hotel quarantine and 14-day home quarantine for those coming from the United States are lifted, those arriving in the country are required to submit a negative Kovid-19 molecular test within 72 hours after their arrival.

By the way, the rules that began to apply for U.S. citizens and green card holders from today will also apply to those who wish to enter Canada from other countries as of the 7th. September.

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Canadian border restrictions will be open to travelers from all countries with these conditions starting September 7.


According to data from the Canadian Federal Ministry of Health and the Public Health Agency, 69 people have died nationwide from Kovid-19 in a week from August 2-9, the total number of deaths was 26,000,669.

Nationwide, the total number of cases, which was 1 million 431 thousand 104 on August 2, increased from 7 thousand 538 to 1 million 438 thousand 642.

The ministry announced the number of people who have tested positive for Kovid-19 since the start of the epidemic and recovered after receiving treatment at 1 million 401 thousand 714.

A total of 38 million 888,000,507 people nationwide have been tested for Kovid-19.

While the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine was administered to a total of 50 million 475 thousand 412 people in Canada, the number of people fully vaccinated was 23 million 339 thousand 667.

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