Tourism operators say changes to travel restrictions in Nunavut are a step in the right direction but won’t bring business back to pre-COVID-19 levels right away.
On Monday, health officials announced that travellers who are fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 and bound for Nunavut will no longer have to self-isolate upon arrival.
The measure will take effect on June 14 and will apply to people who received their final dose of any Health Canada-approved vaccine at least two weeks prior to travel.
Still ‘early days,’ tour operator says
Graham Dickson is the founder and president of Arctic Kingdom, an Iqaluit-based tourism company that offers land-based tours in the territory. When COVID-19 hit, many
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