Washington: Canada will indeed be taking steps to ease restrictions at the border for fully vaccinated travellers, Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he just won’t say when.
With Canada-U.S. travel restrictions set to expire in just two weeks and pressure mounting on the federal government to avoid yet another 30-day renewal, the prime minister offered only the barest hint of hope that things could change by June 21.
“We are looking at how we can ease the rules, based on science,” for would-be travellers who have had a complete course of a COVID-19 vaccine, Trudeau said in French during a news conference in Ottawa.
“We will have more announcements to make regarding measures that may be eased for those who have had both doses in the weeks to come.”