Canada dropping re-entry COVID-19 test requirement for shorter trips

The re-entry test requirement is believed to deter many Canadians from coming to the U.S. since it can cost up to $300.

Editor’s note: The above video on costly COVID-19 molecular tests originally aired Nov. 8, 2021.

BLAINE, Wash. – The Canadian government is making some modifications to its COVID-19 travel rules starting at the end of November.

On Nov. 30, those fully vaccinated against COVID-19 whose trips are originating in Canada can reenter the country within 72 hours without presenting a pre-entry molecular test.

The new rule only applies to those who are fully vaccinated and are either Canadian, a permanent

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