Canada’s Health Minister says the government is “actively reviewing” border measures and changes could be announced as early as next week.
In a tweet on Friday, Jean Yves Duclos says the federal government has been working in collaboration with health experts.
— Jean-Yves Duclos (@jyduclos) February 11, 2022
Since December 15, the federal government has warned against travelling outside of Canada because of the Omicron variant, “regardless of your vaccination status.”
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There are also a number of measures in place for those who are travelling, including having two doses of a vaccine and having no symptoms of COVID-19.
In January, the US brought in new restrictions that meant anyone entering the country had to have at least two doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine.
You can learn more about the requirements for driving into the US from Canada online.