The government of Canada has brought in few updates in Canada’s travel restrictions statement. This new updated rule in Canada’s travel restrictions will be starting from January 15, 2022. Change in Canada’s border restrictions , here, is surely going to attract more international students to pursue their careers and work place in Canada.
Changes Brought in to New Canada’s Travel Restrictions
In addition, new amendment in Canada’s border restrictions has mentioned and confirmed vaccination dosage drive for certain exempt travellers travelling across the borders and this will be including the international students of Canada. Officials have confirmed, from November 30, 2021, Canada vaccination dosage drive will have amplified chronicles added to their list of Covid-19 vaccines for the travellers and international students to be considered as fully vaccinated. This will be considered as the REQUIREMENT as “arriveCAN” for the entry to Canada, according to the Health Canada and PHAC.
“The Government of Canada will adjust some of Canada’s border measures beginning on November 30 include additional #Covid19 vaccines accepted for entry to Canada and changes to certain exemptions, testing and #ArriveCAN requirements”, twitter reported.
Vaccination Confirmation for Canada’s International Students and Travellers
The approved list of Covid-19 vaccine that Canada had includes Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson and Johnson. To this list, there will be few new added vaccines coming for travelers and international students which will be including, Sinopharm, Sinovac, and COVAXIN. Where, the government announces that the students before crossing the borders need to be fully vaccinated.
Whereas, Canada travel restrictions for few, such as unvaccinated travellers is still the same and no further changes have been seen.
Minister of Health of Canada, Jean-Yves Duclos, stated, “Health and safety will always remain at the forefront of any decision our government makes in the fight against COVID-19.”
“The upcoming changes to Canada’s border testing and entry requirements reflect the next stage in our government’s approach as we align with the improving vaccination rates both here in Canada and around the world. The situation at our borders remains closely monitored, with officials and experts continuing their work to evaluate the measures in place and recommend necessary adjustments as required.”
While, other states and borders may be following their own rules and restriction for border cross.