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Source: Twinkle Ghosh, globalnews.ca, June 10, 2021

The relaxation of rules does not apply to tourists.

The federal government on Wednesday announced that “fully vaccinated” Canadian travellers will no longer require mandatory COVID-19 hotel quarantine upon arrival in Canada. Come July, the exemption will apply to Canadian citizens and permanent residents flying back home, according to Intergovernmental Minister Dominic LeBlanc.

The government will allow fully vaccinated individuals, including Canadians, permanent residents and persons registered under the Indian Act and foreign nationals who are currently permitted to enter Canada, to do so “without the requirement to stay in government-authorized accommodations,” LeBlanc said during a COVID-19 press conference Wednesday.

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