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New Travel Requirements for Entering Canada by Air

The Government of Canada announced new travel requirements on international travel on January 29. Beginning February 21, 2021 at 8:59 p.m. PST, new mandatory testing requirements at airports for all arriving international travellers, as well as supervised quarantines at designated hotels for travellers awaiting their test results, will come into effect.
The Government of Canada announced new travel requirements on international travel on January 29. Beginning February 21, 2021 at 8:59 p.m. PST, new mandatory testing requirements at airports for all arriving international travellers, as well as supervised quarantines at designated hotels for travellers awaiting their test results, will come into effect.

Prepare in Advance
It is important that you follow all government requirements to ensure a seamless process when entering Canada, and to avoid penalty under the federal Quarantine Act. For further information, click here.

  • Determine Travel Eligibility: Click here to determine if you are eligible to travel to Canada.
  • Complete Pre-Departure Testing: Complete COVID-19 molecular test within 72 hours of your flight departure time—Click here for more information.
  • Submit Quarantine Plan: Click here to learn how to plan your quarantine and submit your plan using the ArriveCAN app. Download here.
  • Book Mandatory Accommodation: Click here to learn how to book your mandatory 3-night stay at a government-approved hotel near YVR.
  • Pre-Register for Arrivals Testing: Pre-register for your arrivals test at YVR with Fly Clear by LifeLabs for expedited processing at the airport.


Pre-departure COVID-19 testing and negative results to be required for all air travellers coming to Canada

News release

December 31, 2020 Ottawa Government of Canada

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a global crisis that is having a significant impact on the air industry and all travellers. The Government of Canada has multiple measures in place to protect the health and safety of Canadians, and to help prevent air travel from being a source of further introduction and spread of COVID-19 and new variants of the virus into Canada.

Since March 13, 2020, the Government of Canada has strongly advised against non-essential travel, and that travel restrictions and measures can be amended at any time as necessary for public health reasons.

The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Marc Garneau, is requiring that, effective January 7, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. EST, all air passengers five years of age or older will be required to test negative for COVID-19 before travelling from another country to Canada. This implementation date provides all airlines, both foreign and domestic, adequate time to comply with the new requirements.

Documentation of a negative laboratory test result must be presented to the airline prior to boarding a flight to Canada. The test must be performed using a COVID-19 molecular polymerase chain reaction (or PCR) test and must be taken within 72 hours prior to the traveller’s scheduled departure to Canada.

Anyone who receives a negative test result and is authorized to enter Canada must still complete the full, mandatory 14-day quarantine.
The Government of Canada will be further increasing surveillance efforts to ensure travellers entering Canada complete the applicable mandatory 14-day quarantine period under the Quarantine Act.

As has been the case for months, all travellers will have their quarantine plans reviewed by a government official and, if not suitable, will be required to quarantine in a federal quarantine facility. Travellers to Canada must use the ArriveCAN App or website and provide accurate contact information and their mandatory 14-day quarantine plan on or before entry.

Violating any instructions provided when you enter Canada is an offence under the Quarantine Act and could lead to up to six months in prison and/or $750,000 in fines.

Canadians who are currently travelling and returning to Canada soon should start immediately arranging for a COVID-19 test, to avoid a delay in their return to Canada. Canadians who are planning to travel abroad should consider how they will meet these requirements before departure.


“Our government remains committed to protecting the health and safety of Canadians. These new measures will provide another layer of protection for Canadians as we continue to assess public health risks and work to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Canada.”

Minister of Transport
The Honourable Marc Garneau

“Since the emergence of COVID-19, we have had in place strong measures to prevent the importation of COVID-19 cases. Starting on January 7, we will require travellers coming to Canada to test negative for COVID-19 before boarding their flight. The 14-day quarantine will also remain in place. We can all work together to save lives. Stay in Canada and follow public health guidelines to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community.”

Minister of Health
The Honourable Patty Hajdu

“As the global situation evolves, we continue to work with our partners to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 into Canada at all international ports of entry. The new testing requirement is an additional layer of protection that helps make Canada’s border measures among the strongest in the world. The testing regime is not a replacement for the legal requirement to quarantine, which remains our strongest defence against the spread of the virus.”

Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
The Honourable Bill Blair

“The COVID-19 situation continues to show its unpredictable and rapidly changing nature. We, therefore, need to implement additional quick and effective actions to protect the health and safety of all Canadians. We still strongly advise against non-essential travel outside Canada as the likelihood of sudden restrictions and additional requirements during the pandemic may result in travellers facing difficult and stressful circumstances while abroad. We all need to do our part so that we can get through this challenging time together.”

Minister of Foreign Affairs
The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne

实施凭核酸检测阴性证明登机的常见问题解答 及认可的核酸检测机构名单 (中国驻加拿大使馆)

  1. 是否9月9日起从加拿大直飞中国的航班必须凭核酸检测阴性证明登机?
  2. 答:是。航空公司将严格查验证明,无证明将不能登机。

  3. 自9月9日起实行是加拿大当地时间还是北京时间?
  4. 答:加拿大当地时间。9月9日0时起从加拿大出发的直飞中国航班开始实行。

  5. 如何理解有关通知要求的“凭3日(72小时)内出具的核酸检测阴性证明才能登机”?
  6. 答:以核酸检测阴性证明的出具日期为准。如:接受检测的日期是9月9日,证明出具日期(或落款日期)是9月10日,则航班登机时间应不晚于9月13日,即9月13日仍可登机。请提前联系检测机构,确认好有关证明出具时间。

  7. 我是否需要去指定的检测机构进行核酸检测?
  8. 答:是。必须在中国驻加使领馆认可的检测机构完成检测。具体情况请查看使馆官网通知的附件。请提前联系检测机构,确认好有关证明出具时间。

    • 如您位于BC省,可前往任何一家不列颠哥伦比亚省疾病控制中心(BCCDC)官网或811健康医疗热线认可的检测机构/医院申请检测。此外,BCCDC公布了5家机构接受无症状检测并出具报告,但需付费,具体参见:
    • 如您位于加拿大其他省份,将搭乘自温哥华起飞回国的飞机,强烈建议您在所在地的检测机构做检测。例如您是从卡尔加里出发前往温哥华乘机回国,建议您在中国驻卡尔加里总领馆认可的机构做检测。
  9. 自9月9日起在加拿大实施赴华直飞航班乘客凭新冠病毒核酸检测阴性证明登机后,中国籍旅客是否不用继续填报国际健康码?
  10. 答:是。自9月9日起,自加拿大乘直飞航班赴华的中国籍旅客,不再凭国际健康码登机,必须凭核酸检测阴性证明才能登机。

  11. 新冠病毒抗体检测(血清检测)可以代替核酸检测吗?
  12. 答:不能,必须进行核酸检测(英文:PCR或Nucleic Acid Test)。

  13. 我是否必须携带检测证明登机?
  14. 答:是。自加拿大出发、乘坐直飞中国航班的旅客,必须随身携带检测证明(纸质版)。如系电子版,请务必打印携带。航空公司将严格查验并留存证明,否则不能登机。

  15. 从美国等第三国来加直接转机赴华的旅客凭第三国有关机构出具的核酸检测报告能否登机?
  16. 答:不能。从第三国出发,经加拿大直接中转乘机赴华的中国籍乘客,凭中国驻该第三国使领馆复核的3日内(72小时)有效的带“HS”标识绿色健康码才能登机。从第三国出发,经加拿大直接中转乘机赴华的外国籍乘客,凭中国驻该第三国使领馆复核的3日内(72小时)有效的外国人健康状况声明书才能登机。航空公司将严格查验并留存外国人健康状况声明书。

  17. 如有问题要咨询,如何联系驻加拿大使领馆?
  18. 答:如您有涉及核酸检测的其它问题,请根据驻加使领馆领区划分,拨打以下电话咨询:

    • 驻加拿大使馆(领区为渥太华地区、新斯科舍省、爱德华王子岛省、纽芬兰及拉布拉多省、努纳武特地区):1-613-4550117(咨询电话); 1-613-5621616(领事保护电话);
    • 驻多伦多总领馆(领区为安大略省、曼尼托巴省):1-249-8749071(咨询电话); 1-416-5942308(领事保护电话);
    • 驻温哥华总领馆(领区为不列颠哥伦比亚省、育空地区):1-236-9846031(咨询电话); 1-604-3369926(领事保护电话);
    • 驻卡尔加里总领馆(领区为阿尔伯塔省、萨斯喀切温省、西北地区):1-403-5376911(咨询电话); 1-403-5376907(领事保护电话);
    • 驻蒙特利尔总领馆(领区为魁北克省、新布伦瑞克省):1-514-2418930(咨询电话); 1-514-9338891(领事保护电话)。


  1. 总体要求
    • 自加拿大出发,搭乘直飞航班赴华的中、外籍乘客,须在加完成新冠病毒核酸检测,凭3日(72小时)内出具的核酸检测阴性证明才能登机。如证明系电子版,请打印携带。航空公司将严格查验并留存证明。
    • 自第三国出发,经加拿大直接中转乘机赴华的中、外籍乘客,分别凭中国驻该第三国使领馆复核的3日内(72小时)有效的带“HS”标识绿色健康码和外国人健康状况声明书才能登机。航空公司将严格查验并留存外国人健康状况声明书。
  2. 经第三国转机赴华人员仍维持现有做法。详情请参阅使馆官网通知(。请注意:核酸检测阴性证明已调整为3日(72小时)内有效。
  3. 检测机构
  4. 必须在中国驻加使领馆认可的检测机构(名单见列表)完成检测。请提前联系检测机构,确认好有关证明出具时间。

    List of COVID-19 Testing Institutions Recognized by the Chinese Embassy or Consulates in Canada
    Embassy or Consulates
    Websites or Notes
    中国驻加拿大大使馆/ Embassy in Ottawa 渥太华市公共卫生局官网认可的检测机构/医院
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by Ottawa Pulic Health's official website)
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by Nova Scotia Health Authority's official website)
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the Prince Edward Island Government's official website)
    (Institutions or hospitals designated by the 811 Health Line of Newfoundland and Labrador Province)
    拨打811预约/Dial 811 for appointment
    中国驻多伦多总领馆/ Consulate General in Toronto 安大略省政府官网认可的检测机构/医院
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the Ontario Government's official website)
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the Manitoba Government's official website)
    中国驻温哥华总领馆/ Consulate General in Vancouver 不列颠哥伦比亚省疾病控制中心官网或811健康医疗热线认可的检测机构/医院
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the British Columbia Center for Disease Control's official website or the 811 Health Line of British Columbia Province )
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the Yukon Center for Disease Control's official website or the 811 Health Line of Yukon Territory)
    中国驻卡尔加里总领馆 /Consulate General in Calgary 阿尔伯塔省卫生厅认可的检测机构/医院
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by Alberta Health)
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by Saskatchewan Health)
    通过811、家庭医生、 相关网站预约
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by Northwest Territories Health)
    Consulate General in Montreal
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the Quebec Government)
    (Institutions or hospitals recognized by the New Brunswick Government)
    (Other institutions or hospitals recognized by the Quebec Goevernment or the New Brunswick Government)
  5. 重要提醒。如伪造核酸检测证明,危害他人或公共卫生健康安全,须依法承担相应的法律责任。

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