Travel is the general movement of human beings between relatively close geographic locations. Travel can also be one way, usually on foot, by car, bike, train, plane, boat or other transport, with no luggage or, usually, on a one-way basis. The word travel refers to the act of going from point A to point B. The destinations are specified by the destination list included in travel itinerary.


Traveling by Plane to Canada and United States, was very expensive until the passage of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) in 1958. It became much more affordable when the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ) was created. Today, both Europe and Asia have major air routes that connect their regions with North America. Travelling by road is very popular in Canada and the United States, especially between the large urban areas and the smaller rural ones. As of december 7, there were no provincial travel restrictions in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.

The Government of Canada strictly prohibited travelling between December 2021 and February 2021. This period was used for testing new anti-fever meds that would be available if travellers were permitted to travel. As of yet, no negative covid-19 test has been issued for travelling to Canada. Therefore, travelling with an expired or missed entry visa is not currently a problem in this country.

In the United States, travelling between states requires obtaining a valid passport issued by the Department of State that will be accepted across all international airports. If you do not have a valid passport, you will need to obtain one from the U.S. embassy or consulate in your home country and then apply for a passport via the American Consulate. No travel restrictions have been issued for travelling between the United States and Canada. Canadian citizens who wish to visit the United States are advised to apply for an expedited Removal Of Travel Restriction (originally issued in 1950).

Persons who have acquired certain contagious diseases should not travel between countries affected by the pandemic: A recent outbreak of swine flu in Chicago, Illinois, affected many individuals between October 27 and November 3. Approximately eleven thousand persons were quarantined and three hundred and seventy people were hospitalized. Two thousand and eleven persons were under the regular quarantining protocol as of November 4, having had no contact with the disease or showing no signs of having been exposed. All fourteen affected travelers had received two doses of the influenza vaccine, and one additional dose of vaccination as part of their regular schedule as advised by their doctor within three days of being symptom-free.

Canadian consular officials advise citizens travelling to Canada to apply for immunization. They advise citizens travelling from Canada to provide documentation that they have received the influenza vaccination and to contact the Immunization Centre in Canada in time to receive scheduled appointments for either a shot or a chest series. If you are travelling from a country affected by the pandemic to Canada, there are additional measures you should take. You should contact the nearest office or health centre and follow their advice.