Translation of Proof of Vaccination – Covid 19 – ArriveCAN
As of July 5, 2021, the government of Canada will allow people who are eligible to travel to Canada to enter without the need to quarantine in a hotel, as long as they meet certain requirements.
One of these requirements is that the person show that he/she has received the full series of an accepted Covid-19 vaccine. To demonstrate this, it is necessary to upload the proof of vaccination to the ArriveCAN application and if this proof is not in English or French, it is necessary to upload its certified translation.
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Accepted Vaccines for fully vaccinated status in Canada
- Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
- Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
- AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD COVID-19 vaccine
- Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine – single dose
The certificate/proof/voucher must indicate that you received the vaccines at least 14 days before the date you plan to travel to Canada.
Apart from proof of vaccination, you must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result (no exemptions). This must be a coronavirus molecular test.
It is important to review the specific requirements for each person, since the government has established different requirements depending on the circumstances of your entry to Canada. For more information you may visit the official link.
You must present an accepted test result (paper or electronic proof) which must include:
- Traveller name and date of birth
- Name and civic address of the laboratory/clinic/facility that administered the test
- The date on which the test was conducted
- The type of test conducted
- The test result
You must show proof of your test results even if you:
- have tested negative for COVID-19 previous to the 72 hour period
- have been vaccinated for COVID-19
- recovered from COVID-19 and no longer test positive
- recovered from COVID-19 and continue to test positive
At this time, travellers should have their test performed at a reputable laboratory or testing facility (i.e., one recognized by the local government or accredited by a third party, such as a professional organization or international standards organization).
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