Canada lifts advisory against non-essential int'l travel
Canada has lifted its advisory against all non-essential international travel by Canadians outside the country.
Canada has lifted its advisory against all non-essential international travel by Canadians outside the country. The new advisories for each country have now reverted to the four levels that existed prior to the pandemic: exercise normal security precautions, exercise a high degree of caution, avoid non-essential travel and avoid all travel, Xinhua reported.
However, a blanket advisory against all cruise travel remains in place. After the COVID-19 pandemic, the government advised all Canadians, regardless of vaccination status, to avoid non-essential international travel. (ANI)
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