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<p>If you need it, they’ll help you get medical care. In addition to the steps described above for mandatory quarantine or isolation , if you have symptoms of COVID you must also:. If your symptoms get worse during your isolation period, contact your local public health authority and follow their instructions. If you’re in mandatory quarantine and have no COVID symptoms, you may use a private outdoor space if your place of quarantine has one.</p>
<p>There are no exemptions from mandatory quarantine for:. This exemption from federal quarantine requirements includes, with conditions, persons who perform an essential job or function, as described in the order. Isolate yourself from others right away if you develop COVID symptoms and contact your local public health authority for further instruction. Employers of exempt workers should conduct active daily monitoring of their staff for COVID symptoms, checking for cough, fever or shortness of breath.</p>
<p>Use the risk assessment tool for workplaces and businesses for more guidance. Violating any instructions provided to you when you entered Canada or failing to provide accurate information is an offence under the Quarantine Act and could lead to up to:.</p>
<p>If you choose to break your mandatory quarantine or isolation, resulting in the death or serious bodily harm to another person, you could face:. They can issue tickets to people who don’t comply with the act or the emergency orders. As of March 30, , all airline passengers in Canada will be subject to a health check prior to boarding.</p>
<p>You won’t be able to board if you:. If you weren’t allowed on a flight because you had COVID symptoms, you can’t board any other flight until:. Travellers within Canada may be subject to additional provincial, territorial and local public health measures at your final destination. In addition, they may be exempted from provincial or territorial border restrictions within Canada if their reason for travelling within Canada is to provide support to a business that’s considered essential:.</p>
<p>Canadian citizens and permanent residents are advised to avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada until further notice to limit the spread of COVID The best way to protect yourself, your family and those most at risk of severe illness from COVID in our communities is to choose to stay in Canada. Contact your airline or tour operator to determine options for cancelling or postponing your trip. Many countries have put in place travel or border restrictions, such as movement restrictions and quarantines.</p>
<p>Many airlines have reduced or suspended flights and many airports have closed. These restrictions are changing quickly and may be imposed by countries with little warning.</p>
<p>Your travel plans may be severely disrupted. Should you choose to take non-essential travel outside Canada, you may be forced to remain outside of Canada longer than expected. If you must travel or are already outside Canada, get the latest advice and information for your safety and security. When travelling outside Canada, expect increased health screening measures at points of entry for international destinations, including airports and land borders.</p>
<p>Local authorities may impose control measures suddenly, including movement restrictions such as quarantines. If you arrive in Canada and have started your day mandatory quarantine or isolation period but then have to leave the country before this period ends, you must:. Canada is advising Canadian citizens and permanent residents to avoid all travel on cruise ships outside Canada until further notice.</p>
<p>Cruise passengers include travellers from around the world who may be arriving from areas with known or unknown spread of COVID The virus can spread quickly on board cruises due to the close contact between passengers. Older people and people with a weakened immune system or underlying medical conditions are at a higher risk of developing severe disease.</p>
<p>Cruise ship outbreaks of COVID indicate that a large number of individuals onboard can become infected. As the COVID situation evolves, many countries outside of Canada have put policies and restrictions in place to contain the global outbreak. These restrictions may impact a cruise traveller’s:.</p>
<p>Your options to return to Canada may also be limited due to decreased availability of flights. All air travellers, with some exceptions, are required to wear a non-medical mask or face covering while travelling. You may also be required to wear a non-medical mask or face covering on other modes of transportation that are federally regulated.</p>
<p>Before you travel, check to see how transportation measures affect your plans and what you need to pack. Guidance, interim orders and ship safety bulletins for the marine industry during the COVID pandemic. Temporary certificates and transporting requirements for transporting dangerous goods during the COVID pandemic. Source: Transport Canada. This section offers resources and information about how we continue to facilitate the flow of legitimate travel and trade during the current global pandemic.</p>
<p>Pandemics cannot be stopped by one level of government alone. In a country like Canada, where responsibilities are divided, collaboration between all levels of government is key. The Government of Canada is working with provinces, territories, industry, and communities to help prevent the spread of COVID within the transportation industry and communities. In early June, the Minister of Transport introduced new measures for the use of face coverings in the Canadian transportation sector.</p>
<p>Many transportation workers are essential to deliver goods and get people from point A to point B. Each province and territory also has its own list of essential workers or businesses in transportation.</p>
<p>In , 6. General aviation companies made the other 2. Transport Canada issued guidance for managing air travellers , including managing the onboarding process for flights departing from a Canadian aerodrome , U.</p>
<p>The marine transportation sector provides a vital service to all Canadians in ensuring the safe movement of goods food, medicine, supplies to health care sector, and other essential products and people. It is also important for resupply and as a transportation link, playing a vital role for coastal and island communities. We have created a poster [PDF] and a guide [PDF] showing how the marine community can keep employees safe, while moving goods safely and efficiently through our ports.</p>
<p>In addition, guidance is included to help employees determine when to wear face coverings at work. Please see the list of public ports owned by Transport Canada. Vaccines Available in B. International travellers should plan ahead for the travel requirements of their destination and for returning home. Last updated : April 25, Travellers need to be fully vaccinated to board a plane, train or cruise ship in Canada.</p>
<p>This applies to all travellers 12 years and four months of age and older. You’re considered fully vaccinated 14 days after receiving the full series of vaccines or a combination of vaccines accepted by the Government of Canada. Travel within Canada is federally regulated. Learn more about the Government of Canada’s proof of vaccination for travel.</p>
<p>Travelling from B. BC residents: Get your federal proof of vaccination British Columbians travelling to other provinces or territories should check their destination’s public health information for any travel restrictions. Travelling to B. You do not need to quarantine when entering B.</p>
<p>People travelling by air, train or cruise ship will need to show proof that they are fully vaccinated. While in B. Learn about the current restrictions. As of March All restrictions are lifted; all venues can resume regular operations. Traveller self-isolation required – No self-isolation required for domestic travellers entering Ontario. No self-isolation upon entering Ontario for fully vaccinated foreign nationals provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements.</p>
<p>Travel restrictions – No travel restrictions for domestic travellers entering Ontario. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals can travel to Ontario provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements. Traveller self-isolation required – Travellers entering Nunavik and James Bay may be required to self-isolate. No self-isolation upon entering Quebec for fully vaccinated foreign nationals provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements. Travel restrictions – Travel to Nunavik and James Bay is restricted to essential travel only.</p>
<p>Fully vaccinated foreign nationals can travel to Quebec provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements. As of March A vaccine passport is no longer required to access businesses, events and venues. As of March A vaccine passport is no longer required and all capacity limits and other restrictions are lifted. Eating and drinking establishments can resume regular operations but mask requirements remain in place.</p>
<p>All capacity limits are lifted; all venues can resume regular operations but mask requirements remain in place. Traveller self-isolation required – No self-isolation required for all domestic travellers entering New Brunswick.</p>
<p>No self-isolation upon entering New Brunswick for fully vaccinated foreign nationals provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements. Travel restrictions – No travel restrictions for domestic travellers entering New Brunswick. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals can travel to New Brunswick provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements.</p>
<p>As of March All restrictions are lifted; accommodations can resume regular operations. As of March All restrictions are lifted; restaurants and other licenced establishments can resume regular operations. As of March All restrictions are lifted; businesses and venues can resume regular operations. Traveller self-isolation required – No self-isolation required for domestic travellers entering Nova Scotia. No self-isolation upon entering Nova Scotia for fully vaccinated foreign nationals provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements.</p>
<p>Travel restrictions – No travel restrictions for domestic travellers entering Nova Scotia. Fully vaccinated foreign nationals can travel to Nova Scotia provided that they meet specific entry and testing requirements.</p>
<p>As of February Proof of full vaccination is no longer required to access businesses and settings. To assist you, our Travel Ready hub is a guide to help you understand some of the key requirements in order for you to travel on your intended itinerary. However, especially as the requirements continue to change quickly, this information does not replace the specific information provided by government and other relevant authorities.</p>
<p>Air Canada has partnered with Sherpa to bring this information to you for reference only, and while Sherpa makes best efforts to keep the information updated, due to fast-changing government mandates and restrictions which may be affected by numerous factors for example, point of origin, age, final destination, purpose or duration of travel, state of vaccination , as well as due to interpretation by the applicable local government officials, Air Canada is not responsible for the completeness and accuracy of this information; neither Air Canada, nor any of its employees or agents may under any circumstances be held responsible or liable in any way for any claim, loss, damage, cost, expense or liability whatsoever that may result from your access to, or reliance on, information provided on this page.</p>
<p>If you require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test in order to fly, you must show your documentation here in Regina prior to departure, even if you are connecting through another airport. Mandatory Vaccination for Departure: the Government of Canada requires all air travellers 12 years and 4 months of age and older departing from Canadian airports to be fully vaccinated, regardless of destination.</p>
<p>Effective April 1st, , fully-vaccinated travellers will not have to provide a pre-entry test to enter or return to Canada. Starting April 25th, unvaccinated children 5 years of age or older no longer need to provide a valid pre-entry test result , if they are accompanying a fully vaccinated parent, step-parent, guardian, or tutor.</p>
<p>Alternatively, if a child has tested positive on a molecular test days ago and are now symptom free, you may present a positive molecular test result instead of a pre-departure test. Arrival Testing: Fully vaccinated travellers who have been in any country other than Canada in the 14 days prior to entry to arriving in Canada may be randomly selected for mandatory arrival testing at the airport they land at. This may be done at the airport or via a self-swab take home kit. At YQR, currently it will be only self-swab take home kits.</p>
<p>These take home kits must be completed and submitted within 24 hours of arrival. Fully-vaccinated travellers can continue on home after their arrival test and are not required to quarantine while they await the results. There is no additional cost for this test.</p>
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– COVID Information for the Traveller – Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
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