20 August 2021 – 1:18 p. I am
The Government of Canada has announced that it will reopen international borders on September 7 for people who have been vaccinated internationally.
The airline Air Canada announced this week that it would expand its operations between Bogot and Toronto. After the Government of Canada announced the reopening of its international borders thanks to a decrease in COVID-19 cases and an increase in vaccination rates.
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“On September 7, 2021, if the national epidemiological situation is favorable, the government wants to open the borders of Canada 14 days in advance to any traveler who completes the vaccination cycle with the vaccine approved by the Government of Canada,” the Canadian Public Health Agency said in July.
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Relaxation of restrictions allows foreigners to be fully vaccinated by dose Moderna, Pfizer, Astrogeneka and Johnson.
“As travel restrictions are reduced in all countries, we are committed to rebuilding our international network and being the global airline connecting the world with Canada. We understand that many Colombians are eager to return to Canada, so we are ready to reunite our passengers with their families and friends,” said Latin. Said Luis Noriega, general manager of the United States and airline Caribbean.
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AC 94 will operate on the Toronto-Bogota route on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. AC 95, along the Bogota-Toronto route, will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The company noted that flight times can be adjusted as needed based on government restrictions.
Air Canada, the country’s largest airline, has promised to start selling tickets for its direct flights to online and travel companies. He invited travelers to view the full list of entry requirements. On the website prepared for this.
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