1.Have you travelled to the US since March 2020?
Yes, through land
Yes, through air
2.Currently, recreational travellers entering Canada must show proof of a negative molecular test — such as a PCR test —taken within 72 hours of their departing flight or planned arrival at the border. But those tests can be expensive, running up to $300, and can take up to 24 hours — or longer — for travellers to get their results. Do you think Canada should scrap the PCR test requirement?
3.Some countries, like the U.S., only require a rapid antigen test, which costs as little as $20 and provides results in as little as 15 minutes. But antigen tests aren't as sensitive as molecular PCR tests (or polymerase chain reaction tests), meaning antigen tests can miss low levels of the virus. If PCR tests are a 100, an antigen test would be about an 80 or 90, meaning that they could be missing up to 20 per cent of people with COVID-19. What do you think is the best course of action?
Keep PCR requirement
A test should be required, but antigen or other quick test
Tests should only be required for unvaccinated
Tests should not be required
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