According to a report, theAssociation ( ) estimates that 30 percent of over one million headed south last winter. This year, however, estimates that 90 percent will go south after they’re fully vaccinated and can cross the .
Somewere able to take flights to the . during the pandemic. However, the shared that most people drive.
“A lot of them were uncomfortable with the idea of traveling by plane,” spokesperson Evan Rachkovsky said.
“Now that we have the landopening up, they’re determined to make the trip down south.”
The sun isn’t the only thing drawingsouth.
Manyshared with a local report that they’re planning to get a COVID-19 booster shot in the . Most provinces offer booster shots only to a few vulnerable groups. On the other hand, the . now offers booster shots to seniors.
The. has not yet announced the time of the border’s reopening on November 8. However, the government has promised that details will be forthcoming.
returning after must present proof of negative COVID-19 test results within 72 hours prior to their return flight or arrival at the .
will only accept a molecular test (such as a PCR test) that can be expensive.
During aconference held on Thursday, the called for to eliminate the costly molecular test for fully-vaccinated .
“The time has come for the government to end these unnecessary barriers and return to affordable,” said Michael MacKenzie, the ‘s executive director.
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