While proof of vaccination is no longer required to board a flight in Canada, face masks are still required for the entire journey, except periods while eating, drinking, or taking oral medication, or unless otherwise exempt. These exemptions include:
- children under 6 years old
- people who are unable to remove the mask without assistance
- people who provide a medical certificate certifying that they are unable to wear a face mask for a medical reason
Vaccination requirements are suspended
Proof of vaccination is no longer required to board a plane or train in Canada.
The Transport Canada National Interest Exemption Program has also been suspended.
Requirements to board
To board your flight or train you must:
- have no signs or symptoms of COVID-19
- wear a mask throughout your journey
You can’t board a flight or train if you’ve received a positive COVID-19 test result in the last 10 days.
COVID-19 tests: a COVID-19 test result is not needed to board a flight or train in Canada unless you’re flying to a country that requires it.