Quarantine hotels no longer necessary at Mississauga's Pearson Airport for fully vaccinated travellers
International travellers arriving at Mississauga's Pearson Airport and will no longer have to quarantine if they are double vaccinated.
A report from Ottawa confirms the news as the Federal government slowly begins to unravel travel restrictions as COVID-19 cases continue to drop across the country.
The government is expected to officially make the announcement later this week as well as plans to re-open ground border crossings with the United States.
For the most part, travellers arriving from international destinations have been obligated to quarantine at hotels while their COVID tests are completed.
However, in many cases, disembarking passengers have ignored the quarantine orders at the risk of facing fines.
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