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COVID-19: Canada News: Released all the advisory on Non-essential travel, Read more!

The Canada Government released all the advisory on the  Non-essential  travel outside the country. Read to more details!

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COVID-19: Canada News: Released all the advisory on Non-essential travel, Read more!

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The Canada Government released all the advisory on the Non-essential travel outside the country. The cautious had been in the place as the COVID-19 pandemic was first spread internationally into canada.

The Canada Government lifts advisory on Non-essential travel  for aboard countries.

The canada government released all the advisory on the Non-essential travel outside the country. This advisory was updated on Thursday, even the canada government also announced that launch the vaccination passport and fully vaccinated facilitate in domestic and international travel.

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However the strict requirements is their for the people who travel direct to India, and need to keep in mind that their should get a negative RT-PCR test result, taken within 18 hours of departure, from a single laboratory based at Delhi airport.

Apart from this testing requirement was enforced as the earlier ban on direct passenger flights from India was lifted on September 27.

Travellers will still need to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 molecular test from the approved Genestrings Laboratory at the Delhi airport taken within 18 hours of the scheduled departure of their direct flight to Canada and “present the test report with a QR code issued by this laboratory to the air operator before boarding”.

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Airlines will refuse boarding to any traveller who’s unable to meet these requirements.

Air Canada announcing a new direct flight from Delhi to Montreal. That city in Quebec will join Toronto and Vancouver with direct flights connecting India and Canada.

It has also increased the frequency of its flights between Toronto and Delhi to ten per week. The airline had said- “Starting October 31, just in time for Diwali celebrations, Air Canada will offer three flights per week to the growing Indian community in Montreal,”

According to the India-specific travel advisory, Canadians have been asked to “Exercise a high degree of caution due to the threat of terrorist attacks throughout the country”.

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