With promises that Canadians will be vaccinated by the end of September this year, post-secondary institutions are more confident that it will be safe to return to in-person classes for the fall semester.
The return to in-person learning activities depends partially on the public health authority, as well as each institution’s administration. At this point, those universities that have officially announced fall returns have also said they will monitor the threat of coronavirus, and act accordingly to keep students and staff safe.
Under the current travel restrictions, international students are allowed to come to Canada as long as they are going to an institution with a COVID-19 readiness plan. Canada’s travel restrictions are expected to be updated for U.S. residents later this month, and in mid-April for the rest of the world.
News Source: CIC NEWS