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COVID-19 Testing Requirements Globally

In Countries globally are beginning to ease entry requirements for travellers.
Below is a round-up of countries that recently announced updates with regards to COVID-19 testing requirements for travellers:


The Government of Canada announced a series of adjustments to the current border measures, representing the beginning of a phased easing of travel restrictions. The ability of the country to transition to a new phase at the border is a result of the actions of tens of millions of Canadians across the country who followed public health measures, including getting themselves and their families vaccinated.

As of February 28, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. EST:

  • We will be easing the on-arrival testing for fully-vaccinated travellers. This means that travellers arriving to Canada from any country, who qualify as fully vaccinated, will be randomly selected for arrival testing. Travellers selected will also no longer be required to quarantine while awaiting their test result.
    o Children under 12 years old, travelling with fully vaccinated adults, will continue to be exempt from quarantine, without any prescribed conditions limiting their activities. This means, for example, they no longer need to wait 14 days before attending school, camp or daycare.
  • Unvaccinated travellers will continue to be required to test on arrival, on Day 8 and quarantine for 14 days. Unvaccinated foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter Canada unless they meet one of the few exemptions.
  • Travellers will now have the option of using a COVID-19 rapid antigen test result (taken the day prior to their scheduled flight or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry) or a molecular test result (taken no more than 72 hours before their scheduled flight or arrival at the land border or marine port of entry) to meet pre-entry requirements. Taking a rapid antigen test at home is not sufficient to meet the pre-entry requirement – it must be authorized by the country in which it was purchased and must be administered by a laboratory, healthcare entity or telehealth service.
  • The Government of Canada will adjust its Travel Health Notice from a Level 3 to a Level 2. This means that the Government will no longer recommend that Canadians avoid travel for non-essential purposes.
  • Travellers should understand the risks that are still associated with international travel given the high incidence of Omicron, and take necessary precautions.
  • On February 28, 2022 at 16:00 EST, Transport Canada’s Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) that restricts where international passenger flights can arrive in Canada will expire. This means that international flights carrying passengers will be permitted to land at all remaining Canadian airports that are designated by the Canada Border Services Agency to receive international passenger flights.

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Travellers are exempt from testing or self-isolation upon entry to Denmark if they are fully vaccinated with a recognised vaccine or previously infected.

Read below about the requirements to be recognised as fully vaccinated or previously infected.

If you are neither fully vaccinated or previously infected

  • If you are neither fully vaccinated or previously infected you need to be aware of how the country you are travelling from is as a EU- or Schengen country, a COVID-19 risk country, COVID-19 high-risk countries and countries with variants of concern:
  • If you are travelling from an EU- or Schengen country you must be tested within 24 hours after entering Denmark unless you can document either a negative antigen test taken no more than 48 hours before the date of entry, or a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before the date of entry.
  • If you are travelling from a COVID-19 risk country you must be tested within 24 hours after entering Denmark.
  • If you are travelling from a COVID-19 high risk country you must be tested within 24 hours after entering Denmark and self-isolate without undue delay at a self-isolation site for 10 days, and as a general rule you may not leave the self-isolation site before the end of the period. This also applies even if you have tested negative for COVID-19 before or within 24 hours after entering Denmark. You may break the self-isolation if you get a negative PCR test result taken no earlier than the sixth day after the date of entering Denmark.

Please note that special rules apply if you have stayed in countries, regions and areas with variants of concern within the past 10 days (currently there are no such countries, regions or areas).

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Starting from today, February 15, vaccinated arrivals from all countries are permitted to visit Finland, exempted from additional testing requirements.

Vaccines approved for entry to Finland include the following:

  • Comirnaty Pfizer-BioNTech by BioNTech Manufacturing GmbH
  • Spikevax, formerly Moderna by Moderna Biotech Spain, SL
  • Vaxzevria, formerly AstraZeneca by AstraZeneca Ab
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) by Janssen – Cilag International NV
  • BIBP / Sinopharm by Beijing Institute of Biological Products
  • COVISHIELD by Serum Institute of India
  • CoronaVac by Sinovac Life Sciences
  • Covaxin
  • Nuvaxovid
  • Covovax

On the other hand, unvaccinated travellers are permitted to enter Finland only on special permission, which does not include tourism.

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Faced with the new phase of the pandemic characterized, in most countries, by the predominance of the Omicron variant and a high level of vaccination, the Government has decided to lighten this health control system at the borders, particularly for vaccinated travellers.

Thus, from February 12, 2022, the following rules will apply at borders:

  • For travelers vaccinated within the meaning of European regulations, no more tests will be required on departure. Proof of a complete vaccination schedule becomes sufficient to arrive in France, regardless of the country of origin, as was the case before the distribution of the Omicron variant.
  • For unvaccinated travellers, the obligation to present a negative test to travel to France remains, but the measures on arrival (test, isolation) are lifted when they come from countries on the “green” list, characterized by a moderate circulation of the virus.
  • When unvaccinated travelers come from a country on the “orange” list, they must continue to present a compelling reason justifying the need for them to come to mainland France and may still be subject to a random test on arrival. Travelers who test positive will have to isolate themselves, in accordance with the recommendations of the Health Insurance.

For more information visit: Covid 19 : International travel | Ministère de l’Intérieur (interieur.gouv.fr)


The Portuguese authorities have confirmed that the country will lift the requirement to present a negative COVID-19 test result taken before arrival.

Announcing the new relaxed entry rules that are soon to become effective, the government said that pre-entry tests would no longer be required from travellers who hold a valid EU COVID-19 Digital Certificate or any other proof of vaccination that is already recognised for travel.

This suggests that not only travellers from the European Union and Schengen Area but also those from third countries whose vaccination certificates are recognised in Portugal will be exempt from the testing requirement. Nonetheless, the government and the responsible ministry are yet to reveal further data regarding third-country nationals.


Effective 22 January 2022, the government of Switzerland is no longer requiring travelers who have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 to present a negative PCR or rapid antigen test before entering Switzerland. Unvaccinated travelers will still be required to undergo testing prior to entering the country. All travelers who have entered Switzerland will no longer be required to undergo follow-up testing on day four or day seven of arrival.

What are the Changes?

The government of Switzerland updated its travel entrance policies due to limited testing capacity within the country. Fully vaccinated travelers or travelers who have recovered from COVID-19 will no longer be required to undergo testing prior to entering Switzerland.

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