Where Canadians can travel abroad during COVID-19

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While Canada continues to advise against all non-essential travel outside the country, there are plenty of countries accepting Canadian travellers with limited COVID-19 restrictions.

Most countries have COVID-19 restrictions in place for foreign travellers, Mexico and Colombia are two exceptions to this. Both of those countries require a travel form to be filled out prior to arrival but have no other COVID-19 restrictions in place for Canadian travellers.

Canada is currently restricting all travel to 16 countries. Nations on that list include Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Myanmar and Somalia; more details can be found here.


European Union member nations began accepting Canadian travellers in Julys quite remarkable actually to see that level of camaraderie,. Travellers headed to most European countries will require a negative PCR test and proof of vaccination to avoid mandatory quarantineremain at a maximum of 25 people.. Non-vaccinated travellers will need a negative PCR test and to quarantine for 10 to 14 days depending on the country being visited. France, the U.K.When it comes to vaccines, it is only fair fo, Sweden, Germany, and Austria require negative tests but are not asking Canadians to quarantine upon arrival regardless of vaccination status.

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