Canada extends travel restrictions one month for U.S. travellers, two months for everyone else
Federal Government has extended travel restrictions until March 21 for U.S. travellers, and until April 21 for travellers from other countries. The Government of Canada continues to take unprecedented action to protect the health and safety of Canadians by introducing measures to prevent further introduction and transmission of COVID-19 and new variants of the virus into Canada.
International flights are only being accepted at four Canadian airports. Canada’s four major airlines are suspending flights to Mexico and the Caribbean. Also, incoming air travellers must now take a COVID-19 test upon arrival and wait for results in a government-approved hotel. Quarantine requirements have also been extended until April 21. All travellers to Canada must quarantine for 14 days.