The latest regulations for entry into Canada:
Canada’s entry rules have been updated and will be implemented from November 21, 2020. The immigrants are still required to self-isolate for 14 days and report COVID-19 symptoms daily for self-assessment.
Failure to comply with the above rules will be listed as a high priority by law enforcement agencies in order to enforce the legal responsibilities of the entrant.
The Public Health Agency of Canada issued new restrictions on Tuesday in response to the COVID-19 situation in Canada.
Those who enter Canada can download the ArriveCAN app, but if the entrant does not use it while boarding and entering Canada, they need to call the COVID-19 hotline 1-833-641-0343 (toll free during quarantine) to report their health during the 14-day quarantine period. situation.
In each call, entrants must check the list of COVID-19 symptoms and report whether they have any symptoms. This rule applies to all non-exempt passengers. The exemption includes medical staff and crew members.
If you fail to comply, you will receive the lightest verbal warning and fines ranging up to 1,000 Canadian dollars.
Download ArriveCAN Here:
What do I need to prepare to enter Canada?
Before arriving in Canada:
Provide through ArriveCAN: travel information and personal contact information, 14-day quarantine plan, self-assessment of COVID-19 symptoms, and present ArriveCAN receipt to border personnel.
Please read this article for how to use ArriveCAN: Successful entry into Canada in 2020: What documents do I need to prepare?
After entering Canada:
- The entrant must confirm through ArriveCAN that within 48 hours of entering Canada, the entrant has arrived at the quarantine or isolation location, and completes the daily self-assessment of COVID-19 symptoms.
- If you have not used ArriveCAN before entering Canada, you can only call 1-833-641-0343 to inform you of your daily isolation self-assessment status, and you cannot resume using ArriveCAN.
- It’s just that those who transit through the airport do not need to use ArriveCAN to provide information.