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                                            JULY 08 - 12, 2022

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United States of America, Department of StateUS EMBASSY and CONSULATES in CANADA

17,865 Canadian Flag Stock Photos, Pictures & Royalty-Free Images - iStockCoronavirus disease (COVID-19): Who can travel to Canada –
               Citizens, persons registered under Canada’s Indian Act, permanent residents, foreign nationals and refugees

Message to U.S. Citizens in Canada: 
March 19, 2021 - Update on Canadian International and 
Domestic Travel Restrictions

All airline passengers to the United States ages two years and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within three calendar days of travel. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. Check the CDC website for additional information and Frequently Asked Questions.

Land border restrictions for travel to the United States remain in effect through April 21, 2021 and may be extended.  For information on travel restrictions for Canada, see Entry and Exit Requirements below.

All airline passengers to the United States ages two years and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within three calendar days of travel. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. Check the CDC website for additional information and Frequently Asked Questions.

Land border restrictions for travel to the United States remain in effect through April 21, 2021 and may be extended.  For information on travel restrictions for Canada, see Entry and Exit Requirements below.

All airline passengers to the United States ages two years and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within three calendar days of travel. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. Check the CDC website for additional information and Frequently Asked Questions.

Land border restrictions for travel to the United States remain in effect through April 21, 2021 and may be extended.  For information on travel restrictions for Canada, see Entry and Exit Requirements below.

Borders with Canada

  • The United States and Canada have limited non-essential travel at our shared land ports of entry.
    • “Non-essential” travel includes travel that is considered tourism or recreational in nature. “Essential travel” still permitted includes: work and study, critical infrastructure support, economic services and supply chains, health, immediate medical care, and safety and security.
    • Trade and business travel will continue to operate across our borders, ensuring workers and goods are not impeded.
  • U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, and individuals with valid travel documents will be exempted.
  • Land borders are operating at reduced capacity and with limited hours. Visit CBP and CBSA for details on land border crossings.
  • In addition to restrictions on non-essential travel between the United States and Canada, a number of provinces and territories have put in place specific restrictions for travel across their borders, including for domestic travelers. Please see our most recent Message to U.S. Citizens on Domestic Travel Restrictions within Canada for more information.

The following categories do not fall within the definition of “essential travel:”

  • Individuals traveling for tourism purposes, such as sightseeing, recreation, gambling, or attending cultural events in the United States.

Who is considered an “essential” traveler? 

  • Citizens and lawful permanent residents returning to the United States.
  • Individuals traveling for medical purposes (e.g., to receive medical treatment in the United States).
  • Individuals traveling to attend educational institutions.
  • Individuals traveling to work in the United States (e.g., individuals working in the agriculture industry who must travel between the United States and Canada or Mexico in furtherance of such work).
  • Individuals traveling for emergency response and public health purposes (e.g., government officials or emergency responders entering the United States to support federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial government efforts to respond to COVID-19 or other emergencies).
  • Individuals engaged in lawful cross-border trade (e.g., truck drivers supporting the movement of cargo between the United States and Canada and Mexico).
  • Individuals engaged in official government travel or diplomatic travel.
  • Individuals engaged in military-related travel or operations.

The United States is coordinating closely with Canada and Mexico to protect our citizens while minimizing adverse economic impacts.

     

 

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