The government of Canada has made a decision, according to which travelers will need to pass a 14-day withdrawal, reports CBC.
Also a ban on entry to Canada for foreigners was extended to July 31. The ban does not apply to U.S. citizens, permanent residents of Canada and the diplomats.
The representative of the border services Agency Rebecca Purdy reported that on such measures the country has gone for the sake of the health of the population.
The ban on the entry of tourists to Canada has started to operate since March 16. Then the authorities took this decision in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
There are a number of exceptions to Canada may arrive the crew members of the aircraft, the diplomats and the nearest relatives of canadian citizens.