Travellers entering Canada must follow testing and quarantine requirements. There are some exemptions for fully vaccinated travellers and children or dependents who are permitted to enter Canada.
Learn more about vaccinated travellers entering Canada.
For those who are not eligible for the fully vaccinated traveller exemption, it is mandatory under the Quarantine Act to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon arrival. Follow the instructions provided by the Government of Canada.
Before entering Canada, you must complete the federal ArriveCAN application digitally. After entry into Canada, you must use the ArriveCAN app daily to submit your COVID-19 Self-Assessment.
During your quarantine period as a traveller, if you develop any symptom of COVID-19, get tested. If you test positive for COVID-19 or if you are exposed to another person subject to the quarantine order who exhibits signs and symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19, you will need to extend your self-isolation.
If you don’t develop symptoms, and are not exposed to someone else who does, your self-isolation can end 14 days after you arrived in Canada.
Visit How to Self-Isolate for more details about steps to take while you are self-isolating.