IATA Slams Canada’s New Testing Requirement

Toronto Pearson Airport testing
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IATA is criticizing a decision by Canada’s government to add a testing requirement to mandatory quarantines in place, describing the decision as the “worst of both worlds.” Starting Jan. 7, all air passengers over five years of age entering Canada must have a negative result from a polymerase chain...

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