On September 30, Canada will lift the last restrictions related to entry into the country, which were introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic. As reports The Globe and Mail from that same day, airports and other ports of entry to Canada will no longer randomly test arriving citizens for COVID-19. However, the mask regime will be maintained on trains and planes for the time being.
Entry into Canada is permitted to citizens of any state who have undergone full or partial vaccination. At the same time, the latter must undergo a coronavirus test at the airport of arrival, writes trend.az.