Sumary of Trudeau Says Canada Could Let Vaccinated Americans Into Country By Mid-August:
- getty Yesterday, on July 15, 2021, in a meeting with Canada’s premiers, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau indicated that Canada may be willing to open its borders to fully vaccinated Americans traveling for non-essential purposes by as early as mid-August.
- is conditional on Canada’s continuing success with its vaccination program and a continued decrease in COVID cases.
- Furthermore, only fully vaccinated Americans will be allowed into the country.
- Getty Images The readout states “The Prime Minister noted that, if our current positive path of vaccination rate and public health conditions continue, Canada would be in a position to welcome fully vaccinated travellers from all countries by early September.
- He noted the ongoing discussions with the United States on reopening plans, and indicated that we could expect to start allowing fully vaccinated U.S.
- First Ministers reiterated their commitment to a collaborative approach to ending the COVID-19 pandemic and reopening Canada’s economy.” MORE FOR YOU This development follows comments Trudeau made last week when he said, in response to a question about when Canada might allow vaccinated or unvaccinated travellers, “I can tell you right now that’s not going to happen for quite a while.” Trudeau went on to say that: “We need to continue to ensure that the safety of Canadians, of all the sacrifices that so many people have made over the past many, many months, are not for nothing.