The Canadian authorities intend to soften the conditions of entry into the country for fully vaccinated fellow citizens from July, Report informs referring to CTV channel.

Canadians and citizens with a residence permit in the North American country who have completed an entire course of coronavirus vaccination will be able to avoid a two-week quarantine. To do this, it is necessary to pass a PCR test and wait for its results. In case of a negative result, it is possible not to comply with the prescribed 14-day self-isolation regime.

According to current regulations, all passengers arriving in Canada must provide a negative PCR test result no earlier than 72 hours before boarding a plane. In addition, upon arrival, they are required to pass a coronavirus test at the airport, after which, at their own expense, they must wait for the results of self-isolation at the hotel for at least three days. After receiving the results, these citizens are required to complete the 14-day quarantine at home for all visitors, even if the test result is negative.