Canada extends travel restrictions until October 31

With the increasing number of coronavirus cases worldwide, Canada has further imposed travel restrictions and closed its borders until October 31. It is notified in accordance with the Canadian Order of Council.

Canada has already closed the border on March 18 – June 30 and the same has been changed every month. And according to recent developments, foreign travelers are not allowed to visit Canada for leisure, entertainment or anything else.

Foreign workers, close Canadian relatives, permanent Canadian citizens, international students and people who have been awarded PR in Canada can still enter the country.

Anyone entering Canada is required to be in solitary confinement for 14 days and without such an order is listed on the Order of the Council. People who are expected to receive 14 days of solitary confinement include migrants, border crossings, workers, those arriving for medical treatment within 36 hours of arrival, and those who have been called by the Ministry of Health to assist COVID health workers.

This new law is being changed due to the increased number of coronavirus cases. Although Canada has managed to run a Coronavirus cage since May, it has recently been on the rise in cases and as a result, the new law is being announced by the government.

However, the government has been accepting the invitation for PR among the Covid-19 and will have received global skills and expertise to support economic growth.

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