Travelling Canada During Covid-19: National and Provincial Restrictions
Disclaimer: The COVID-19 pandemic is constantly changing and although we work our hardest to provide readers with relevant information, we can't fit everything into one article! We recommend that our readers always check with the advice of professional health departments in their hometown and the area they plan to travel to, before making any travel plans. This article was last updated on July 13th 2020.
With the current outbreak of COVID-19, restrictions in Canada have made it difficult to do any long-distance travelling. Luckily, no matter where you live, Canada has plenty to offer close to home.
Many people are considering using this time to explore what lies in their own backyard this summer and we absolutely support this notion! However, it's important to be aware of the constantly changing situation regarding the pandemic, if you intend to remain safe and protect others throughout your travels.
Whether you're travelling within your province or hoping to travel interprovincially, these updates will help you understand the current requirements as you plan your adventures!
Air Travel requirements and regulations for Canada
International Travel Restrictions
As of March 13, 2020, the Public Health Agency of Canada advised Canadians to avoid all non-essential travel outside Canada. This is because of the worldwide pandemic and the rapidly evolving situation globally. They also recommend that people self-isolate for 14 days upon returning to Canada.
This information is not new. If it is not essential, please do not travel internationally!