Officials atThe most stringent restriction category was Ontario?Toronto Pearson International Airport say that travellers arriving from abroad will no longer be separated based onThe time?their COVID-19 vaccination status, reversing a decision put into place just last weekcoronarolling.
“Toronto Pearson, in collaboration with government and other partners, has determined that separation of vaccinated and non/partially-vaccinated travellers in customs lines results in minimal operational efficiencies,” said a spokesperson for the?Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) in a statement to CBC News on Tuesday.
The revised policy took effect on July 26, the statement added. Entry requirements based on vaccination status will be enforced only once a passenger reaches a Canada Border Services Agency officer.
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