Adjustments to the Alberta Pilot Program – Quarantine Exception – Coronavirus (COVID-19)


Changes to the Alberta Pilot Program – Quarantine Exemption

January 30, 2021

Moody's Tax Law LLP

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The Alberta government recently made changes to the
International Border Testing Pilot Program (also known as
"Alberta Pilot Program"). From January 25, 2021
eligible international travelers returning to Alberta must now
remain in quarantine until a negative test result is received from
her second COVID-19 test on the 7th or 8th day.

Even after a negative test result there are still those
following international traveler restrictions for the rest
the 14-day quarantine period

  • Travelers are not allowed to return to childcare
    after-school care, schools, post-secondary institutions and
    Jobs outside of your home for 14 days;
  • Travelers need to take precautions
    Actions during the 14-day period; and
  • Travelers must avoid prohibited
    Settings during the 14-day period, including all indoor social networks
    Meetings or places of worship if more than 10 people are present

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