According to recent news, the federal government will declare this week that vaccination obligations for internal travel on aircraft and railways and incoming overseas travel will be suspended.
As stated by top government sources, the announcement will be made on Tuesday, and the change will take effect on Wednesday.
According to a government statement, the mandate was deferred due to Canada’s high immunization rate and a drop in coronavirus infections. Approximately 32 million, or roughly 90 percent, of eligible Canadians have been vaccinated.
The mandate was also stopped for anybody leaving Canada. It may be reinstated later, particularly if a new strain becomes popular.
“While the suspension of vaccine mandates reflects an improved public health situation in Canada,” Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos stated.
Despite these suspended rules, foreign visitors to Canada will still need vaccination.
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