Last Updated on August 5, 2022 by tripcentral
All Canadians, regardless of vaccination status, may travel within Canada and outbound Internationally without proof of vaccination.
RETURNING TO CANADA
Fully vaccinated Canadians do not need to submit a negative COVID-19 test upon entering Canada and will not be randomly selected to test.
Unvaccinated children aged 5 – 11 years of age that are accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent or guardian are not required to submit tests or quarantine.
Unvaccinated Canadians must quarantine for 14 days regardless of negative test results and will be required to take 3 tests. First test to be taken 24 hours prior to arrival, 2nd test upon arrival into Canada, and the 3rd test on day 8.
Unvaccinated children ages 5-11 travelling with unvaccinated adults must follow the same quarantine, and testing requirements as unvaccinated adults.
Entry Requirements for Vaccinated Canadians
|DESTINATION||Pre-Departure Test||Allows Unvaccinated Kids Age:||No Pre-Departure Test for Unvaccinated Kids^ Age:|
|Bahamas||No||0-11||0-23 months/2+ 72 hr Antigen|
|Bermuda||2 Days - Antigen||0-23 months||Unvax'd kids 2-11 - PCR test 4 days prior. Vax'd kids 2-11 Antigen 2 days|
|Honduras||No||0-11||All unvax'd kids Antigen test required 72 hrs prior (inc infants)|
|Poland||24 Hrs - Antigen||0-4||0-4|
|Puerto Rico||No||0-11||0-23 months|
|St. Kitts||24 Hrs - Antigen||0-17||All kids 0+ required to have Antigen test 24 hrs prior|
|St. Lucia||No||0-11||0-4. Unvaxxd kids 5-11 5 day PCR|
|St. Maarten||No||0+||0-4. Unvax'd kids 5-11 - antigen test 24 hrs prior|
|Turks and Caicos||No||0-17||0-17|
**No advance testing required. If more than 270 days have passed since your 2nd dose you must show proof of having a booster shot at least 14 days prior to arrival to enter this country, or you will be considered NOT FULLY VACCINATED.
^Applies to Unvaccinated Kids travelling with Vaccinated Parents/Guardians.
Entry Requirements for Unvaccinated Canadians
|DESTINATION||ADULTS TEST REQUIRED:||UNVAX KIDS TRVLG WITH UNVAX ADULTS TEST REQUIRED:|
|Antigua||24 hr Antigen||0-4 exempt. 5+ 24 hr Antigen|
|Bahamas||72 hr Antigen||0-23 months exempt. 2+ 72 hr Antigen|
|Barbados||24 hr Antigen||0-4 exempt. 5+ 24 hr Antigen|
|Bermuda||No entry permitted||No entry permitted|
|Cayman Islands||No entry permitted||No entry permitted|
|Colombia||48 hr Antigen||0-17 exempt|
|Honduras||72 hr Antigen||72 hr Antigen|
|Netherlands||No entry permitted||No entry permitted|
|Panama||72 hr Antigen||0-4 exempt|
|Puerto Rico||No entry permitted||0-17 exempt|
|Spain||24 hr Antigen||0-11 exempt. 12+ 24 hr Antigen|
|St. Kitts||No entry permitted||No entry permitted|
|St. Lucia||5 day PCR||0-4 exempt. 5+ 5 day PCR|
|St. Maarten $||24 hr Antigen||0-4 exempt. 5+ 24 hr Antigen|
|Turks & Caicos||No entry permitted||No entry permitted|
|United States||No entry permitted||0-17 exempt|
$ Mandatory Insurance required. The charts above are accurate as of August 5, 2022.
Costs of Tests and Places to get tested in Canada
Some destinations require proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departing Canada, and some are waiving this with proof of full vaccination (currently 2 doses). Shoppers and Rexall do these tests in select provinces for $80-$150. Many destinations allow entry with a negative antigen test which is much cheaper with a cost of only $30 (Rexall) and $40 (Shoppers). Refer to your provincial government website for a testing centre near you. Many destinations have some mandatory questionnaires to be completed – some online, some in advance, some on arrival. Entry requirements are subject to change, and we will notify our booked customers of material changes. The charts above is designed as a summary to consider destinations, but the definitive entry requirements will be provided at the time of booking.