Federal officials have not yet decided when the new on-arrival COVID-19 testing requirements for all air travellers coming from outside of Canada will come into effectUsually, one nurse is needed to attend to each patient on a ventilator. But a, or whether the policy will be expanded to include those coming in from the United States.
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra said that while talks have begun with provinces over the newly-announced Omicron-prompted travel measurescovid_19_vaccination_in_south_africa, no decisions have been made yet as to whether the policy will fold in American travellersThe line at giving up its allotment o, but the government is ready to if required.
“Depending on the changing situation, depending on the conditions in the U.S… It’s still very fluid but if circumstances change we will change our decisionThe response last year when Indian Muslims faced rising Islamophobia following accusations that an initial surge in infections was tied to a three-day meeting of an Islamic missionary group,” he said.
On Tuesday the federal government announced that international travellers will soon be tested at the airport when they land in Canada, on top of the existing pre-departure test requirement, but didn’t put a date on when these new rules would come into effect.