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No she cannot fight this and win. She would have to pay the fine.
She needs the required COVID test just like everyone else is required to provide.
Do you see what I mean?
So long as she had a test within the last 72 hours I don't know what they're concer
So I've been researching as well and I'm very puzzled. Are they saying that because she's entering from the US the test had to be taken in the US even though she had the test in the last
Did you fill out the arriveCan application?
I found something here that states they test must be from the US:
When and where to get a negative pre-entry test result
If you're flying to Canada, you must take a test within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of your flight to Canada. Airlines will refuse boarding to travellers who are unable to provide a valid molecular test result.
If you have a connecting flight:
the test must be conducted within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of your last direct flight to Canada
you may need to schedule the test in your transit city
If you're driving, you must take a test in the United States within 72 hours of your planned entry into Canada.
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