Justin Trudeau unveiled the new standard vaccine proof on Thursday morning, making it a more preferred option for Canadian travelers visiting internationally.
This new evidence is “authentic” because it has the same texture from province to province. It is not intended to replace vaxicode, which continues to be used in Quebec to gain access to unwanted activity.
Proof of the vaccine for tours became available through Quebec last Monday. Quebecs can go to the government web portal To achieve it. It is available in two versions: one for use inside Quebec and the other outside Quebec.
To this day it is still unclear which countries can accept this new evidence. The federal government is currently preparing for the arrival of this standard proof along with border officials in other countries.
It is delivered directly through the provinces, but can also be downloaded using the Arrivecon application, which contains the required information for Canadian travelers upon their return home.
New evidence of the vaccine is also used by passengers on board trains or planes, who must present their double vaccine to board on October 30. This policy also applies to domestic travel.
Not all provinces today provide new evidence.
In addition to Quebec, other provinces and territories bear new witness to this day, including Ontario, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Labrador, northwestern territories, Yukon and Nunavut.
The Pfizer vaccine is expected to reach millions of children between the ages of 5 and 11 as soon as it is approved by Health Canada.
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