No. At this time, all fully vaccinated travellers will be subject to the increased on-arrival testing program and will be required to remain in quarantine at a suitable location until the expiry of the 14- day period that began on the day on which the person entered Canada or until receipt of a negative test result from the day-1 test (whichever comes first). In addition, upon release from quarantine, fully vaccinated travellers will be required to follow local public health guidance, wear a mask when in public, and keep a copy of their test results, and a list of close contacts and locations visited during the 14-day period from entry. Provinces and territories may have their own provincial border measures as well as public health guidelines within their jurisdictions. Therefore, it is important that travellers check for the most up to date information for requirements for travel into Canada, and also requirements imposed by their intended province or territory of destination. They may also apply public health measures for vaccinated Canadians differently. Travellers must comply with both federal and provincial/territorial requirements. In cases where the requirements differ, follow the most stringent measures.
Note: Fully vaccinated travellers who have only travelled to the U.S. in the previous 14 days will not be required to quarantine.