Today, Canada’s Minister of Transportation updated the requirements for cruising again. Starting April 1, 2022, people who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to provide a negative covid test before arriving in Canada. This includes the dropping of the requirement to test prior to debarking a cruise ship upon arrival at a Canadian port.
Last week, with the announced return to cruising in Canada, included in that announcement was a requirement that passengers would need to test before embarking and debarking a cruise ship. That has changed with the dropping of the pre-arrival covid test for entering Canada. Today’s announcement states that vaccinated passengers will only need to test at embarkation. The debarking testing is no longer required.
Travellers taking a cruise or a plane must submit their information in ArriveCAN within 72 hours before boarding.
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