COVID-19: Assess your quarantine plan
Exemptions for fully vaccinated travellers who are eligible to enter Canada are expected in early July. Current travel restrictions still apply.
Before travelling to Canada, all travellers, regardless of citizenship, must make suitable plans for quarantine, within their own means.
Use these questions to find out if your plan is suitable.
When you arrive at the border, you will be asked about your quarantine plan to confirm it meets requirements.
A suitable quarantine plan helps to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our country, our communities, and our families.
Some situations require you to quarantine or isolate for longer than 14 days. These include:
- If you start having symptoms of COVID-19, OR receive a positive COVID-19 test, you must isolate yourself from others immediately for a period of 14 days that begins the day you have a COVID-19 test or developed symptoms.
- On day 8 of your mandatory quarantine, you must take another COVID-19 test. You must stay in your place of quarantine until you receive a negative test result.
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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