Quarantine Regulations

Version of section 9 from 2006-03-22 to 2006-12-11:

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), any person arriving in Canada from a place outside Canada shall, when required by a quarantine officer, produce evidence satisfactory to the officer that such person has had, or has been vaccinated against, smallpox within the three years immediately preceding his arrival in Canada.

  • (2) Subsection (1) does not apply where

    • (a) the person arriving in Canada has come directly to Canada from, or has during the 14 days immediately prior to his entry into Canada been continually present in, any place listed in subsection (3) and there is no case or suspected case of smallpox in such place; and

    • (b) there is no case or suspected case of smallpox on board the conveyance bringing such person to Canada.

  • (3) Paragraph (2)(a) applies in respect of the following places:

    • (a) Anguilla;

    • (b) Antigua;

    • (c) Aruba;

    • (d) Australia;

    • (e) Bahama Islands;

    • (f) Barbados;

    • (g) Barbuda;

    • (h) Bermuda Islands;

    • (i) Bonaire;

    • (j) British Virgin Islands;

    • (k) Cayman Islands;

    • (l) Cuba;

    • (m) Curacao;

    • (n) Dominica;

    • (o) Dominican Republic;

    • (p) Greenland;

    • (q) Grenada;

    • (r) the Grenadines;

    • (s) Guadeloupe;

    • (t) Haiti;

    • (u) Iceland;

    • (v) Jamaica;

    • (w) Martinique;

    • (x) Mexico;

    • (y) Miquelon Island;

    • (z) Montserrat;

    • (aa) Nevis;

    • (bb) Redonda;

    • (cc) St. Kitts;

    • (dd) St. Lucia;

    • (ee) St. Martin;

    • (ff) St. Pierre Island;

    • (gg) St. Vincent;

    • (hh) Trinidad and Tobago; and

    • (ii) The United States, its territories and possessions.

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