Canadians traveling within the country’s borders will no longer need to show proof of vaccination.

Canada, which has slowly scaled back travel restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases has continued to fall, will suspend another mandate. Starting on June 20, people traveling domestically and federal transport workers will no longer have to show proof of vaccination, officials said Tuesday, citing in large part the country’s high vaccination rate.

“It’s clear that the Covid situation is not the same now as it was last fall when we implemented the vaccine mandate,” Omar…

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