Le Matin – Canada allows entry of Sinopharm, Sinovac and Covaxin vaccinated passengers

Canada has decided to allow entry for travelers who have been fully vaccinated with SinoPharm, Sinovac and Covaxin from 30 November.

The Canadian government has announced that it has decided to authorize the entry of travelers who have been fully vaccinated with SinoPharm, Sinovac and Covaxin from 30 November.

The same source said that “from November 30, people leaving Canada by land or air for less than 72 hours will not be required to provide proof of a negative molecular test to re-enter the country.”

This change applies only to Canadians, permanent residents and persons registered under the Indian Act, as well as children under the age of twelve and persons with medical contraindications to vaccination.

“With more Canadians vaccinated every day, we can move cautiously towards an economy and a society with more open borders,” Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said on Friday.

To date, only travelers vaccinated with Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson are allowed to enter Canada.

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