Quebecers Will Soon Need To Show A COVID-19 Test At The Border When Driving Back To Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that as of February 15, anyone travelling into the country via a land border will need to show a 72-hour PCR test.
When you return to Canada through a land border, you will need to show a 72-hour PCR test.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
The new measure is in line with the requirement already in place for non-essential air travellers returning to Canada.
Remember that you'll also need to undergo a mandatory COVID-19 test at the airport if you're coming into the province on an international flight. International air travellers will also need to stay in a hotel until they receive their results.
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In other news, the prime minister guaranteed that "tens of millions" of vaccine doses will be delivered "into the spring."
Several other vaccine candidates are also "in the approval process."