By Shelby Thevenot
After a five-week break, Canada has resumed mandatory random testing for fully vaccinated travellers arriving by air.
Canada paused random testing at airports on June 11, and reintroduced them as of July 19. Testing will resume at the four major Canadian airports in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto.
Those selected for a random test will receive an email notification within 15 minutes of completing their customs declaration, explaining how they can arrange for a test. Travellers who do not qualify as fully vaccinated can complete their tests by virtual appointment or an in-person appointment at select pharmacies and still respect their quarantine requirements.
Source: CIC News
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