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Current requirements for entering Newfoundland, Canada to fish or hunt for the fall of 2021.
Please be sure to read all of this carefully to understand what will be required of you not only enter Canada, but to enter NL, and to return home to the USA. Always use the same email address when completing your online forms/apps.
All Customers (American and Canadian) coming to NL to angle or hunt will need to complete the NL Travel Form (click this link to find the form) https://travel-declaration.nlchi.nl.ca/
All US clientele will need to be fully vaccinated a minimum of 14 days before entering Canada.
All US Clientele will need to complete an application to enter into Canada via ArriveCan Use ArriveCAN:
Submit travel information to enter Canada - Downloan ArriveCan App
All US Clientele will need to provide proof through ArriveCan of a negative Covid test a maximum of 72 hours before entering into Canada. This must be a PCR test.
All FLYING US Clientele must provide proof of a negative covid test a maximum of 72 hours before returning home to the USA and the test can be a PCR test or Antigen Test. Click this page and scroll down to read the frequently asked questions – one of which pertains to all accepted types of tests by the USA. Note: This DOES NOT apply to US Clientele who drive here. Those driving are not required to get tested before returning home. Testing available near the Deer Lake Area will be co-ordinated by Ray's Hunting & Fishing Lodge to minimize impact on your hunting time.
All US Clientele will need a Quarantine Plan for ArriveCan app. SImply email me at email@example.com for a copy of your quarantine plan.
Links which may answer any questions you may have.
You can also use this Government of Canada page to see if it can answer your questions:
COVID-19: Entering Canada requirements checklist – Fully Vaccinated
As a fully vaccinated traveller here is what you need to prepare:
Before you travel Use the same email address for all your entry requirements, where applicable (that is, when registering for COVID-19 testing upon arrival and creating your ArriveCAN account).
✓ Find out if you can enter Canada
✓ Check if you qualify for the fully vaccinated traveller exemption
✓ Get your pre-entry COVID-19 test
✓ Register in advance for your arrival test
✓ Have a quarantine plan in case you don't receive the exemption
✓ Use ArriveCAN to submit your proof of vaccination https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/isolation#plan
Arriving in Canada Have the following items with you for assessment by a government official at the border:
✓ ArriveCAN receipt
✓ Proof of vaccination (either printed or digital copy)
✓ Pre-entry test results (either printed or digital copy)
✓ Other travel documents, including a quarantine plan
After arriving If you meet the requirements and are exempt from quarantine, you may travel by air or land to your destination.
✓ follow local public health measures;
✓ maintain a list of all close contacts for your first 14 days in Canada; and,
✓ keep copies of your proof of vaccination for 14 days.
Prior to leaving Canada / COVID-19 Testing Required for U.S. Entry Effective January 26, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) require all air passengers* two years of age and over entering the United States (including U.S. citizens and Legal Permanent Residents) to present a negative COVID-19 test, taken within three (3) calendar days of departure, or proof of recovery from the virus within the last 90 days. (Testing available near Deer Lake)
Airlines must confirm the negative test result or proof of recent recovery for all passengers prior to boarding. Airlines must deny boarding of passengers who do not provide documentation of a negative test or recovery.
See the CDC Proof of Negative Test Result page to view the order, complete the attestation, and to see FAQ’s. *Please note the requirements of this CDC order only apply to air travel into the US and does not apply to land border crossings.
Requirement for Proof of Negative COVID-19 Test or Recovery from COVID-19 for All Air Passengers Arriving in the United States