Canada planning for Vaccine Passport for International Travellers

The federal government is working with its partners to develop a credential that will make it easier for Canadians to travel in Canada and abroad.

The Government of Canada Introduces evidence of vaccination in collaboration with local communities and indigenous peoples.

The federal government expects to receive credible evidence earlier this autumn.

At a press conference this afternoon, Canada Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said the purpose of the trust was to make travel in Canada easier and safer.

Evidence (officially referred to as the "vaccine passport"); Types of vaccines; Date of vaccination Vaccination site and other information will be included. This proof will allow Canadians to travel more easily. Evidence can be obtained from Canadian citizens; Available for permanent and temporary residents.

COVID-19 Status of Canada

The status of COVID-19 in Canada has improved significantly in recent months, easing restrictions on Canadians and foreigners.

At home, states across the country have eased the risk of disease and other lockdown measures as vaccination rates have risen. The opening up of Canadian society and economy has created jobs.

In recent days, Canada has recorded more than 1,000 new COVID-19 infections per day. The country is worried that it will fall below 400 daily in July. At the same time, it is an improvement over the more than 9,000 daily cases reported by Canada in April. The overall decline in the incidence coincides with an increase in vaccines. In Canada, more than 80 percent of the population aged 12 and over received one shot and almost 70% received the full immunization. As a result, Mendicino noted that Canada has the highest immunization coverage among the G20.

The media is confident that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be able to hold elections next week as Canada's growing epidemic potential seeks to form a new government.

Canada eases travel restrictions

In late June and earlier this week, Canada gradually lifted most of its travel restrictions, including easing restrictions.

Generally approved migrants; International students Temporary foreign workers; Family members and fully vaccinated American travelers can now enter Canada.

In late June, Canada announced that all Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) holders as long as their COPR is valid are eligible to qualify for immigration status.

In July, Canada relaxed its quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers and lifted its hotel quarantine policy.

Earlier this week, Canada began welcoming fully vaccinated American tourists. It will be available to fully vaccinated travelers from all countries starting September 7.

On the other hand, there are still some limitations. The Canadian government has restricted flights from India.

No date has been set for the admission of unvaccinated tourists.

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