As U.S. border finally opened for vaccinated Canadians on Monday, the lineups of Canadian licence plates could be seen for…
The Canada Border Services Agency is warning Canadians enthusiastic to be able to travel by land to the U.S. not to forget testing requirements for their return home.
With just a week to go before the reopening of the land border, U.S. authorities have cleared up two remaining issues that would impact many Canadians planning to travel to the U.S.
U.S. officials have revealed that health authorities haven’t ruled out the possibility of requiring negative COVID tests to enter the U.S. by land as well as by air.
All U.S. border rules change 08NOV, with full vaccination required for all arrivals by land, air or water, with additional testing requirements for pax arriving by air.
Ottawa has no intention of dropping pre-arrival testing – or of downgrading to an antigen, rather than more expensive, and less accessible PCR test.
Only fully vaccinated arrivals will be allowed entry, and Canadian travellers will be required to show proof, but some vaccination details remain to be determined.
Land borders with Canada and Mexico are slated for opening for fully vaccinated foreign nationals some time in early November.
Despite an elated response to word the US would reopen its borders to fully vaccinated arrivals in NOV, Open Jaw clarifies two hurdles for Canadian travellers.
Monday, the CDC revised its travel advisory for Canada, upgrading the risk level from a Level 2 “exercise increased caution” to a Level 3 “reconsider travel.”