Canada ends COVID-19 entry requirements starting Oct. 1

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Travelers heading to Canada will have an easier time entering the country as it drops its COVID entry requirements starting Saturday.

Travelers will no longer have to show proof of vaccination, take a test before or on arrival or follow quarantine rules, the Public Health Agency of Canada said in a news release Monday. Canada will also no longer require the use of ArriveCAN, which travelers can use to submit information like vaccination proof and travel details, among other changes.

The topic of loosening COVID measures came up in Wednesday’s caucus meeting at Parliament Hill. Tourism Minister Randy Boissonnault told the press officials were “going to make sure that as we open up the economy, we do so in a systematic and respectful way.”

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