COVID-19 NEGATIVE TEST IS NOW MANDATORY FOR ENTRY IN CANADA
The Canadian government has announced that as of January 7th, 2021, all air passengers aged 5 years or older will be required to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test result 72 hours or less prior to flight at an approved laboratory in order to enter Canada.
In order to be authorized to travel to Canada, you will have to present proof of a negative result at the check-in your air carrier containing the following information :
The date of the test, which must be performed 72 hours or less before the flight;
The type of test performed, i.e. polymerase chain reaction (PCR) type test;
Proof of a negative result;
The passenger's full name and date of birth;
The full name and street address of the laboratory.
Please also note that you are responsible for the cost of the screening test as well as the related transportation costs.
In addition, we remind you that in order to enter Canada by air, you must provide your COVID-19 information through the ArriveCAN application or website before returning to Canada. Failure to do so may result in a fine.
Finally, please note that the mandatory 14-day quarantine upon return to Canada remains in effect until further notice.