Find out if you can travel to Canada - Canadian - not vaccinated

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Based on your answers, you can enter Canada but you must meet all pre-entry, arrival, Day-8 testing, ArriveCAN and quarantine requirements. If you fail to meet the requirements, you may face a fine of up to $5,000 plus additional surcharges or face criminal prosecution.

What you need to do next

Follow the steps for testing, ArriveCAN and quarantine requirements for travellers not qualified as fully vaccinated.

You’re legally required to complete ArriveCAN. Failure to use ArriveCAN may result in a $5,000 fine.

If you have COVID-19, you must isolate yourself for 10 days upon arrival to Canada. You won't be allowed to board a flight to Canada, despite having a valid pre-entry test result, if you:

What to do if you get positive results on your pre-entry test

A positive molecular pre-entry test result taken less than 10 calendar days before your planned entry or flight to Canada is not a valid test result for entry to Canada.

A positive antigen pre-entry test result is never a valid test result for boarding a flight or entry to Canada, not even if it is from within 10 to 180 calendar days before your date of entry.

To avoid being fined $5,000 per traveller (plus surcharges), wait to enter Canada at least 10 calendar days after your positive molecular test result. If travelling by air, you’ll be denied boarding. Counting starts the day following the day of testing.

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