Fully vaccinated people traveling from non-red list countries only need to fill a passenger locator form before departure and take a day 2 Covid test on arrival.
Travellers who do not qualify under fully vaccinated status, need to take a Covid test in the 3 days before departure and show proof of negative test result at the border. Click here for more information.
They also need to complete a passenger locator form, book their day 2 and 8 Covid tests.
Please note that if you are not a fully vaccinated traveller, you will need to self-isolate for 10 days at the address you will be staying.
The test to release scheme is still in place, meaning that travellers can take a private test on the 5th full day of self-isolation to see if they can end their quarantine period.
More information about the rules and regulations in the UK can be found here.
Fully vaccinated students with Study Permits are no longer required to quarantine. They still need to take a PCR test within 72 hours of departing their home country and once they have arrived in Canada. They need to self-isolate until they receive a negative test result.
In order to be exempt from quarantining, students must have received their second dose of an approved Covid vaccine 14 days before arriving in Canada.
Students who do not meet the above criteria will need to go through the mandatory 3-day hotel stopover and 14-day quarantine at their own expense. Unaccompanied students under 18 years old are exempt from the hotel quarantine.
All travellers are required to upload Covid related information such as their vaccination status, quarantine plan and Covid test results on the ArriveCAN app.
As well as uploading information on the ArriveCAN app, students must carry printed proof of vaccination with them to show at the border.
Canada will begin letting fully vaccinated international travellers into the country on 7th September. Click here for the official announcement.
All international students are able to receive the Covid vaccine in Canada. You can click here to register for your vaccination.