Results for - Canada plans to lift quarantine on exempt travellers by early July
Canadians and exempt travellers who are fully vaccinated will soon have an amended quarantine requirement when arriving from abroad.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu told reporters that travellers who are already exempt from travel restrictions, will not have to quarantine for the full 14 days if they have received a second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine within 14 days of arrival.
1. Do you have your second shot yet?
No but I have the appt for this month
2. Do you feel safe travelling to other countries?
I have both doses of the vaccine and yes
I have one dose of the vaccine and yes
I have no vaccine and yes
I have both doses of the vaccine and no
I have one dose of the vaccine and no
3. Do you agree that people who have both doses should not have to quarantine when they come back to Canada?
4. Travellers will still have to provide a negative PCR COVID test upon arrival to the border, as well as a suitable quarantine plan for while they wait for the result. Do you think those who have both vaccines should have to provide a negative PCR test?