Canada Drops PCR Testing For Short Trips To The U.S.

Fully vaccinated Canadians and permanent residents who depart to the U.S. and reenter within 72 hours will no longer be required to produce a PCR test from Nov. 30.

The measure, which primarily benefits Canadians who cross land borders to get a gas refill, shop for food and attend cultural and sporting events in the United States, also covers trips to other nations that may be completed in the same time window. 

“If a Canadian wanted to go across for a quick shopping trip in the U.S., maybe get some cheap gas or whatever … the actual risk for themselves, as well as obviously when they come back to

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