Canada will remove mandatory COVID-19 testing requirements for air travelers arriving from China, Hong Kong and Macao starting March 17, the Public Health Agency of Canada said on Thursday.
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The health ministry said in a statement that Canada, like many other countries, implemented temporary testing measures for travelers from the region in January and since then data indicates that the COVID situation has improved.
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