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1- Have a negative result for COVID-19 from a test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Canada.
All air travellers five years of age or older, regardless of citizenship, must present the air carrier with proof of a negative COVID-19 molecular test result before boarding an international flight to Canada.
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2- Download the ArriveCAN application
Air travellers must submit their information using the ArriveCAN app before boarding their flight. This includes travel and contact information, a quarantine plan and a COVID-19 symptom self-assessment.
Travellers wishing to enter Canada must be able to provide their ArriveCAN receipt to a border services officer, who verifies that the traveller’s information has been scanned beforehand.
Travellers who do not provide the required information electronically before boarding their aircraft may be subject to an enforcement action ranging from a verbal warning to a $1,000 fine. Exceptions are made for individuals who cannot submit documents electronically due to a physical disability or inadequate infrastructure.
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3- Book your screening test at the Montreal airport
After completing the border services process and retrieving their baggage, travellers must undergo another COVID-19 molecular test at the Montreal airport.
To expedite the process, all passengers (except children under 5 years of age) must register online before returning to Canada.
This registration process can be done several days in advance. Registrations can be made through the following site: https://info.biron.ca/inscription-yul
If the day of the flight to Canada is changed subsequently, passengers must register again.
Before leaving the airport, passengers will also receive instructions and a test to be performed on Day 8 of the quarantine.
4- Arrange for a place to complete your mandatory quarantine