Canada to Ease COVID Measures at Borders as Cases Decline, Truckers Protest

Canada will ease travel restrictions at the end of the month for international visitors and Canadians who are traveling internationally because of declining COVID cases, amid weeks of protest from truckers in several cities across the country.

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Officials announced Tuesday that fully vaccinated international travelers will be able to take a rapid test rather than one that takes longer to produce results, and fully vaccinated Canadians who make short international trips less than 72 hours in length will not have to test to reenter the country, according to Reuters.

This is a developing story that will be updated as more information becomes available.

Canada announced it will ease pandemic travel restrictions on its borders at the end of the month, officials said Tuesday. Above, a health care worker seals a coronavirus swab after testing at the Pro Health Urgent Care coronavirus testing site on April 30, 2020, in Wantagh, New York.
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