Canada lifts Global Travel Advisory to avoid non-essential travel for fully vaccinated Canadians
On October 21, 2021, the Government of Canada lifted its Level 3 Global COVID-19 Travel Advisory to avoid non-essential travel for fully vaccinated Canadians
COVID-19 travel advisories are now being issued on a country/regional basis.
As a result, travel advisory levels have now been lowered for many popular snowbird destinations to Level 1 or Level 2 for fully vaccinated travelers.
The following travel advisories remain in place:
- Level 3 advisory for unvaccinated Canadians to avoid non-essential travel
- Level 4 advisory to avoid all cruise ship travel outside Canada.
You can find current travel advisory levels for popular snowbird destinations by clicking on the links below:
Important Vaccination Requirements for Travellers
- Beginning on November 8, 2021, all travellers entering the United States by land, air or sea will be required to be fully vaccinated
- Beginning on October 30, 2021, all travellers age 12 years and older must be fully vaccinated to board a plane, train or marine vessel in Canada (however, there will be a brief “transition period” until November 30, 2021, during which time travellers will be able to present a valid negative COVID-19 molecular test taken within 72 hours of travel as an alternative to proof of vaccination).