The announcement comes days after Quebec released its provincewide reopening plan, which includes allowing interregional travel within the province as of May 28.
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We are extending travel restrictions on non-essential international travel and with the United States until June 21… https://t.co/80HBCD7wyo— Bill Blair (@Bill Blair) 1621521365.0
Last week, the federal government issued a peek into life post-COVID-19. It released a guide outlining what the rest of 2021 would look like.
The guide estimates that by this fall, if 75% of eligible Canadians have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, more restrictions could be lifted and indoor gatherings with members of different households could happen.
The guide doesn't specifically mention travel.