What will Canada’s mandatory quarantine hotel exemption mean for travellers?

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  • Global News published this video item, entitled “What will Canada’s mandatory quarantine hotel exemption mean for travellers?” – below is their description.

    Canada is taking the first steps towards lifting COVID-19 travel restrictions.

    Sometime in early July, the federal government says fully-vaccinated Canadian citizens and permanent residents returning home by air won’t have to quarantine in a government-run hotel.

    Ottawa is also working with provinces on a plan for vaccine passports.

    Mike Le Couteur explains.

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