Canada requires Negative COVID-19 Test for International travel

The federal government has announced that all incoming travellers to Canada will soon be required to test negative for COVID-19.

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the greatest concern around COVID-19 the federal government has heard from Canadians is the impact of international travel at airports.

Several other countries, including the U-S, require a negative test for incoming passengers.

The identification of new strains of COVID-19 in the U-K and South Africa has heightened concerns about the cross-border spread of the virus.


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