COVID-19: Assess your quarantine plan
If you do not meet the requirements of a fully vaccinated traveller, you will be either denied entry into Canada, required to quarantine for 14 days, or required to quarantine until you depart Canada.
You must demonstrate that you have a suitable plan for quarantine.
A suitable quarantine plan helps to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our country, our communities, and our families.
Use these questions to guide you in developing a suitable plan.
Some situations can result in needing to stay in quarantine for longer than planned. For example, if during your 14-day quarantine period, you:
- start having symptoms of COVID-19
- are exposed to another person who exhibits signs and symptoms of COVID-19; OR
- receive a positive COVID-19 test result
- isolate yourself from others immediately
- remain in isolation for an additional period of 10 days. The isolation period starts the earliest of:
- the date you developed symptoms or
- the date you completed the COVID test, if the date is validated by the rest provider or
- the date of the test result
- follow the instructions provided by the public health authority specified by a screening officer or quarantine officer
Disclaimer: This tool provides information only. It was created to assist you to determine if your quarantine plan is suitable based on the rules at the time you complete the assessment. Final determination is made at the port of entry based on the information presented at the time of entry.
Information in this tool is based on the Orders in Council (OIC) in effect and is subject to change according to effective dates. For more information consult COVID-19 Emergency OIC's in effect.
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