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Canada reportedly set to lift vaccine requirements for people entering country, a move that would impact unvaccinated professional athletes



TORONTO — Canada likely will drop the vaccine requirement for people who enter the country by the end of September, according to multiple reports Tuesday, a move that impacts unvaccinated professional athletes who travel there for games.

To enter the country, the Canadian government currently requires a person to have received a second COVID-19 vaccine dose — or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine — at least 14 days before entry. But the government likely will be dropping the…



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