The scientific panel advising the Canadian government advised to end the mandatory three-day hotel stay since the virus’s incubation period is much longer. The panel also recommended keeping the home quarantine policy in place. Since February 22, all air travellers to Canada have been required to stay in a government-approved hotel for three days upon the arrival. Then they are required to take a COVID-19 test, and after a negative result, they are required to complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine period. This recommendation can ease Canada’s travel restrictions.
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