Traveling during COVID-19

Traveling during COVID-19

Last Updated: October 7, 2022

Traveling within Canada

As of October 1, 2022, masks are no longer required for air-travel passengers in Canada. Proof of vaccination has not been required for domestic travel since June 20, 2022.     


International Travel & Arrivals

As of October 1, 2022, all federal border testing, isolation, quarantine and proof of vaccination requirements have been suspended.

Latest Canadian border regulations

Some international destinations still require proof of COVID-19 vaccination and/or pre-travel testing. The United States continues to require all foreign nationals be vaccinated against COVID-19 for entry eligibility.

US Air Travel Requirements

US Land Travel Requirements

International students can find further travel and quarantine information under the Arriving in Canada section.


International Travel Testing (Departing Canada)

Travel testing is not publicly funded in BC and can be accessed at a cost through private labs, travel clinics and other testing sites.

BC travel COVID-19 testing centers

TWU students and employees can pay for a rapid test for travel through the Langley Campus Wellness Center when supplies are available. Find more details through the clinic’s website.