International Travel Requirements Following Return to Canada for Students and Staff

Updated March 30, 2022  

With many families having travelled over spring break, this is a reminder that staff, students, and families are responsible for understanding and adhering to all COVID-19 international travel requirements outlined by the Government of Canada, including those required following return to Canada.

Requirements currently include that adults and children (aged 5 and older) who travelled internationally must wear a well-constructed and well-fitting mask in indoor and outdoor public spaces, including K–12 schools, for the first 14 days after entry. This means wearing a mask at schools is not a personal choice for those who have travelled internationally for 14 days after entry.  

Adults and children must also monitor for symptoms for 14 days after entry and follow federal requirements for self-isolation and quarantine if symptoms develop and/or they test positive for COVID-19.  

When there are differences between federal and provincial rules, individuals must follow the stricter rules. Full details on requirement for travellers are available here.  

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