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Canadian government approves modified quarantine for CFL

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The Associated Press
Updated: June 30, 2021 07:57 PM
Created: June 30, 2021 07:55 PM

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — The Canadian government approved a plan that will allow Canadian Football League players and staff to return to Canada without undergoing a full 14-day quarantine.

Minister of Immigration Marco Mendicino said Wednesday the government approved the plan after reviewing it with local and provincial health officials.

Players and staff must spend seven days in isolation before coming to Canada, then isolate for another seven days at a designated hotel once they arrive.

They'll also have to take multiple PCR tests before coming into the country and while in quarantine at the hotel, and if all the tests come back negative, players will move on to another seven-day period where they can train with teammates but cannot have contact with the public.

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