The federal government announces today that travelers entering Canada will soon no longer have to take a pre-arrival COVID-19 test, CBC News reports. Canada will remove the testing requirements at airports and land border crossings.
Currently, travelers entering the country must show proof of a negative antigen or molecular test prior to their flight or arrival at the border. That testing requirement will be dropped by the end of the month for fully vaccinated travelers.
The federal government will continue to randomly test travellers upon arrival in Canada to identify and track variants, the sources said.