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WASHINGTON - The federal government has added fully vaccinated foreign nationals to the ranks of travellers who are once again welcome on Canadian soil.
As of midnight Monday night, quarantine requirements were eased for non-essential international travellers who have had a full course of a Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccine.
To be eligible, travellers must have allowed at least 14 days to pass since their last vaccine shot and show proof of a negative molecular test for COVID-19 that's no more than 72 hours old.
They are also required to use the ArriveCAN app or online web portal to upload their vaccination details.
Denis Vinette, vice-president of the travellers branch of the Canada Border Services Agency, says the latest wave of vaccinated visitors is arriving primarily by air.
Vinette says that simplifies matters for the agency, since airlines will be screening travellers to ensure they meet the criteria.
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