You Need A Negative COVID-19 Test To Travel To & From This Island Off Newfoundland's Coast
It's so close to Canada but not part of our country.
Due to travel restrictions, anyone going to or fromjust off the coast of Newfoundland needs a negative COVID-19 test now.
That's because the island is actually a part of France, not a part of Canada despite its close proximity.
While Canada's newfor travellers came into effect on January 7, it didn't immediately apply to .
Since Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a French territory, air passengers travelling from there to Canada will need awithin 72 hours of departure as of January 14.
Also, everybody who goes there from any other part of the world also needs a negative test.
There are two largerconnected by a sandy, narrow stretch of land and a smaller one where the territory's capital is.
It also has its own time zone that's 30 minutes ahead of Newfoundland even though it's west of parts of the province.
Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism noted that Saint Pierre and Miquelon do rely on the province in some ways and there are also close family and friend ties between the two places.