ArriveCAN, mask mandates among changes as Canada drops COVID-19 border rules

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1:51Trudeau gets on board to drop mandatory vaccination requirements at border

WATCH: Trudeau gets on board to drop mandatory vaccination requirements at border

The federal government is expected to officially announce the end of COVID-19 border restrictions Monday, including mandatory vaccinations, testing and quarantine of international travellers.

Two senior government sources aware of the decision confirmed the cabinet order maintaining COVID-19 border measures will not be renewed when it expires on Sept. 30.

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The sources spoke to The Canadian Press last week on the condition they not be named because they were not authorized to speak publicly.

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The change will mean foreign nationals will no longer require an approved series of vaccinations to enter the country.

2:35Ottawa to make controversial ArriveCAN app for travellers optional: sources

Ottawa to make controversial ArriveCAN app for travellers optional: sources

It also means Canada-bound travellers will no longer be subject to random mandatory COVID-19 tests.

The requirement for unvaccinated Canadians to isolate when they return to the country and the mandatory use of the ArriveCan app will also end with the expired order.

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