Safety Laws in Canada: What Every Traveller Should Know

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safety laws in canada what every traveller should know

Canada offers countless travel attractions and equally preferred by Indian students due to good educational opportunities. When travelling abroad, for leisure, studies, or business, your personal safety is of utmost importance, which is why it is always advisable to check the safety rules and regulations before your trip. In this article, we share some important safety laws in Canada you should be aware of and make the most of your trip.  

Further, to stay financially secure during your trip, it is wise to get travel insurance for Canada that will cover your emergency medical and non-medical expenses, and thus protect your travel budget from draining out. 

Safety Laws in Canada

International tourists should keep in mind the following health and travel safety laws, to avoid facing any hassle during their trip. 

1. Vaccination: Vaccines for international travellers may be mandatory, and it will protect them against diseases prevalent in the country. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organisation (WHO) recommend vaccines for: 

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Meningitis
  • Rabies
  • Polio
  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
  • Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis)
  • Chickenpox
  • Shingles
  • Pneumonia
  • Influenza

2. Entry Requirements: Foreign travellers should check the visa requirements before visiting the country. Indians require a visa to travel to Canada. Although not mandatory, travel insurance is also recommended for travellers to ensure their financial security against unexpected medical and non-medical expenses. 

3. Road Safety: The weather can be extremely cold in winters, bringing safety risks; so, travellers should follow road safety precautions. It is better to check the weather forecast before stepping out of the house. Some general driving laws include driving on the right-hand side of the road, to pass others on the left-hand side of the road, wearing a seat belt, and not using mobile phones. Drivers should have a valid licence, and documents related to registration and insurance.

4. Travel Advisories: Presently, in the time of the pandemic, many countries, including Canada, have announced travel restrictions. Foreign travellers should check the travel advisories issued by the Government of Canada.

Get International Travel Insurance for Financial Safety

While you embark on an overseas trip, your safety and that of your loved ones should always come first. Being aware of the safety laws will equip you and prevent you from facing any obstacles during your stay.

Indian travellers can opt for a customized international travel insurance plan for Canada. Healthcare in the country can be quite expensive. Considering that a medical emergency can strike at any point in time, having a travel cover becomes indispensable. It will provide insurance cover for emergency hospitalization, personal accident, and medical evacuation. Also, it covers non-medical expenses like loss of passport, trip cancellations, delays or interruption loss in checked-in baggage, personal liability, etc. 

>>Read: Why Should You Buy Travel Insurance Policy Before Travelling to Canada?

Opt for ‘Explore’, an overseas travel insurance plan by Care Health Insurance (formerly Religare Health Insurance) that offers you comprehensive protection in an emergency. You can customize it as per your travel requirements. Further, you can also get cashless claim settlement. Visit our official website and get a travel cover online.