Canada to end Covid-19 vaccine mandate for domestic air, rail travel | Travel

Last week, Canada suspended random Covid-19 testing at all its airports until the end of June to ease the long wait times faced by passengers and announce the end of the coronavirus vaccine mandate for domestic air, rail and outbound international travel.

Bloomberg | | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz

Canada plans to terminate the Kovid-19 vaccine orders for domestic flight and train travel, as well as outbound international travel, citing people with direct knowledge of the decision, CBC News reported. It is expected to be announced on Tuesday.

The CBC reports that if there is a new variant of the virus, the government can restore the need for the vaccine.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has come under pressure from conservatives and business groups to end vaccine orders, and earlier this year the country saw protests from truckers that provoked supply routes and temporarily closed some border crossings. Trudeau, who was fully vaccinated after returning from the US summit in Los Angeles, tested positive for Kovid, the second time this year that he tested positive.

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