COVID-19 restrictions are ever-changing, creating much uncertainty for those looking to plan a trip—whether now or in the future. We’re here to help! CAA Travel has answers to your most common questions around the latest pandemic rules, restrictions and guidelines, helping provide you with the confidence to plan ahead.
For the most up-to-date information Click Here or visit the Provincial Government websites below:
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Prince Edward Island
- Nova Scotia
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
The Government of Canada has an abundance of information on their site, with links to regularly updated resources on everything from the ArriveCAN app to quarantine requirements to arrival testing procedures.
The U.S. will open the land border from Canada and Mexico on Nov. 8, 2021. All travellers going into the U.S. will be subject to testing and vaccination requirements. You will need proof of full vaccination, with any combination of two doses of vaccines approved by the FDA or World Health Organization.
- To travel by land into the U.S. once the border opens, you’ll require proof of full vaccination (screenings for proof will be random). Currently, a pre-arrival test isn’t required; however, this could change at any time.
- To travel by plane into the U.S. once the border opens, a pre-departure negative molecular COVID-19 test is required, taken within three days of departure.
It’s important to note that these rules could change at any time. All travellers to Canada are subject to testing and quarantine guidelines.
We encourage you to check the entry requirements for your destination multiple times before you travel. You can find the most up-to-date information on IATA's COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map.
COVID-19 Travel Restrictions
Below is an Interactive Map to provide you with travel information for destinations across Canada and beyond. ** Interactive Map is for informational purposes only and cannot be guaranteed to be accurate. Travellers should check with local governments, if they are planning on travelling to ensure they are receiving the most accurate information possible.