Citing "recent studies evaluating the real-world effects of vaccination," the health agency suggests that fully vaccinated people can travel "at low risk to themselves." A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the last recommended dose of a vaccine.
Fully vaccinated Americans won’t be required to take COVID-19 tests before or after a trip inside the U.S. and they won’t have to self-quarantine. It’s not yet clear whether they’ll need to show proof of vaccinations to board trains or planes.
"We have committed to donating excess doses," Anand responded, before adding that Justin Trudeau and Health Minister Patty Hajdu had spoken on the issue previously.
She said Canada's leading officials are "on the same page in terms of the need to donate excess doses that Canadians aren't using," adding that the feds are "thinking of all of the options relating to any excess doses."