Canada to Require Negative COVID-19 Tests at Land Border Crossings

Canada has once again stiffened its requirements for people entering the country by adding a negative COVID-19 test requirement.

According to The Associated Press, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed that all nonessential travelers arriving in Canada by land would be required to show proof of a negative PCR-based coronavirus test, starting on February 15.

Canadians returning to their home country without the proper COVID-19 tests will face fines of up to $2,370, as well as rigorous follow-ups by health officials. The order also applies to residents of Canada who reside in the United States part-time.

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