Quarantine Regulations

Version of section 11 from 2006-03-22 to 2006-12-11:


 Any person arriving in Canada

  • (a) from a place outside Canada that, in the opinion of a quarantine officer, is infected or suspected of being infected with yellow fever, or

  • (b) on board a conveyance in which, in the opinion of a quarantine officer,

    • (i) there are vectors of yellow fever, or

    • (ii) there is a case or suspected case of yellow fever,

and proceeding to an area where vectors of yellow fever are present within the incubation period for that disease shall, when required by a quarantine officer, produce evidence satisfactory to the officer that such person has been vaccinated against yellow fever within the 10 years immediately preceding his arrival in Canada.

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