Canada lifts Covid-19 vaccination requirements to cross the border

It's a big day for residents living along the Canadian border, and Americans in general, as Canada has officially removed all remaining COVID-19 entry restrictions.

This includes testing, quarantine, and isolation requirements.

Fully vaccinated international travelers have been allowed to enter Canada since September of last year and, while unvaccinated citizens and permanent residents have been permitted to enter the country, a 14-day self-quarantine was mandatory.

The country will also no longer randomly test travelers at airports, or place residents in communist hotels to quarantine against their will. 

Restrictions are still in place for travelers entering the U.S. and there hasn't been any sign of them ending. This is despite outcry from citizens and local lawmakers calling for the United States to follow Canada's pathetic lead.