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2020
4
August
Where Canadians Can Travel (and what they have to go through to get there)



Last updated: August 7th, 2020

For many of us, international travel is off the table right now. Two of the biggest obstacles are the lack of many medical insurance options that cover COVID-19 (except for these seven), and the fact that you need to self-isolate for 14 days when you return.

But technically, as of this month, there are places that are welcoming tourists back, including Canadians.

Below, I've tried to focus on the destinations you can reach with a non-stop flight (aka 'direct') from Canada, and the dates those flights are expected to start from Canada, if they haven't already.

There are certainly other places you can travel to, and other ways of getting to those international destinations, mainly by connecting through the U.S or Europe.

But since the U.S. is on the European Union's 'do not allow' list, this can lead to complications and you will likely want to stick to places you can fly to directly from Canada.

I've also focused on the destinations that are either open to Canadian tourists now, or opening very soon. And have direct flights scheduled from Canada for July or early August.

One thing to keep in mind is that just because an airline has *scheduled* flights doesn't mean things won't change.

The airlines have been scheduling flights, but changing their minds if they see that the demand levels aren't there.

Countries can also change their mind about re-opening dates, or their quarantine policy decisions, based on the virus data, and whether or not Canada reciprocates (allowing their tourists to visit *us*).

CANADA

Domestic travel within our own country can be a bit confusing right now, as it depends on which province you're coming from, and sometimes which province you're a resident of.

Time-to-travel.ca, a website founded by major players in the travel industry (with all the bias that comes with that), has a pretty good interactive map that can show you where you're allowed to travel in Canada, based on these factors.

Keep in mind there might be certain accommodation restrictions that this map doesn't mention, like the fact that Alberta's provincial campgrounds are currently closed to out-of-province campers.

It's a good idea to Google the name of the province you want to visit, followed by 'government travel restrictions'.

MEXICO



Mexico is a country that never really closed to Canadians. No testing or quarantine required. Air Canada and Westjet have resumed some flights to Cancun.

Cancun (CUN) : Direct flights from Toronto & Montreal have resumed. Calgary & Vancouver are scheduled to resume Sep 5th.

Mexico City (MEX) : Direct flights from Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver have resumed.

Puerto Vallarta (PVR): Direct flights from Calgary, Vancouver & Toronto are scheduled to resume Sep 5th.

San Jose del Cabo (SJD): Direct flights from Calgary & Vancouver are scheduled to resume Sep 5th.


HAWAII



Update: Hawaii has delayed their quarantine removal plans to September 1st due to an increase in coronavirus cases, particularly on the mainland of the U.S.

Starting August 1st, Hawaii is expected to allow Canadian tourists to visit without a 14-day quarantine, if they provide a recent (72 hours before departure) negative test result for COVID-19.

Travellers will be required to provide printed or emailed pre-test certification as evidence of a negative test result.

Honolulu (HNL) : Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Vancouver on August 2nd. Ditto for Westjet, August 5th.

Maui (OGG) : Westjet is scheduled to resume flights via Vancouver on August 5th.

CARIBBEAN

To most destinations in the Caribbean, you need to present the results of a recent COVID-19 PCR test showing no infection.

Upon return to Canada you will need to self-isolate for 14 days.

Antigua & Barbuda



Antigua & Barbuda started allowing Canadian tourists again on June 4th.

Antigua & Barbuda requires a negative COVID-19 PCR test that was taken within the last 7 days, and complete a public health declaration form.

Another test may be necessary upon arrival, at the cost of $100 USD.

Antigua (ANU) : Air Canada and Westjet are no longer showing scheduled flights until September (previously August).

Aruba



Aruba (AUA) started allowing Canadian tourists again on July 1st.

You must upload the results of a recent negative test (conducted within 72 hours of departure).

Oranjestad, Aruba (AUA) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Toronto. Ditto for Westjet, September 5th (previously August 8th).

Bahamas



The Bahamas started allowing Canadian tourists again on July 1st.

Travellers to the Bahamas must complete the electronic application at travel.gov.bs prior to departure, and upload a negative COVID-19 PCR test that is no older than 10 days before your arrival date.

Update: Due to a rise in cases, Canadians must now take a PCR test before arrival, and undergo a 14 day quarantine, and take another PCR test to be released. In other words, visiting the Bahamas is not realistic at this time.

Nassau (NAS) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Toronto. Westjet is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on September 7th (previously August 8th). Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Montreal on September 12th.

Barbados



Barbados started allowing Canadian tourists again on July 12th.

You need to bring a recent negative COVID-19 test (conducted within 72 hours of departure).

Travellers will be required to complete an online form asking them health questions related to COVID-19 symptoms.

Bridgetown (BGI) : Air Canada flights have resumed via Toronto. Westjet flights are scheduled to resume August 26th (previously August 5th).

Bermuda



Bermuda started allowing Canadian tourists again on July 1st.

You need to bring a recent negative test (conducted within 72 hours of departure) *and* take another test upon arrival.

And then you must take another test on days 4, 8, and 14 of your visit. Wow.

You may also need to have health insurance. And complete a screening form.

You may also need to do the same things listed above when flying back to Canada.

Bermuda (BDA) : Air Canada has resumed flights to Bermuda, via Toronto. Westjet's are scheduled to start September 5th (previously August 6th).

Cayman Islands



The Cayman Islands will be re-opening for Canadian tourists on September 1st.

A 5 day quarantine is required. As well as a negative PCR covid test, and another test after the 5th day of your stay, *and* you need to wear a health monitor.

George Town (GCM) : Westjet is scheduled to resume flights on September 6th via Toronto. Ditto for Air Canada, on September 12th.

Cuba



Cuba reopened to Canadian tourists on July 1st.

Cuba is requiring Canadians to take a covid test on arrival, but it's free.

Visitors will await their results, which will take approximately 24 hours, at their designated hotel; if positive, they will be transferred to a small hospital in the area where they will receive treatment.

Cayo Coco (CCC) : Air Transat is scheduled to resume flights from Toronto and Montreal on September 4th.
Westjet is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on September 5th. Ditto for Air Canada on September 12th.

Havana (HAV) : Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on September 8th.

Santa Clara (SNU) : Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on September 9th.

Varadero (VRA) : Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Montreal on September 10th. Ditto for Montreal on September 11th.

Curacao



Curacao started allowing Canadian tourists again on July 1st.

You need to submit a recent negative test (conducted within 72 hours of departure), fill out a digital immigration card, and fill out a passenger locator card at: https://dicardcuracao.com/portal

Visitors must also be adequately insured for medical care.

Willemstad (CUR) : Air Canada is no longer showing scheduled flights until September 13th (previously August).

Dominican Republic



Canadian visitors are required to have a negative covid-19 PCR test result, taken within the last 5 days.

If no proof of testing is available, visitors will undergo a quick test administered by government personnel, upon arrival at no additional cost.

Children 5 years and younger, as well as crew members, are exempt.

Temperature check on arrival, if it's above 38C you will have to take a rapid COVID-19 test and potentially be required to isolate.

Travellers must fill out a Traveller’s Health Affidavit. More info can be found here.

Punta Cana (PUJ) : Air Canada's flights via Montreal & Toronto have resumed. Air Transat has resumed flights via Montreal. Westjet's flights via Toronto are scheduled to resume September 5th (previously August 5th). Air Transat's flights via Toronto are scheduled to resume October 3rd (previously July 25th).

Puerto Plata (POP) : Air Canada's flights via Toronto are scheduled to resume on September 8th. Ditto for Montreal on September 10th.

Samana (AZS) : Air Canada's flights via Montreal are scheduled to resume on September 12th.

Varadero (VRA) : Westjet's flights via Toronto are now scheduled to resume September 5th (previously August 6th).

Grenada



Grenada is planning to re-open for Canadians on August 1st.

A certified copy of a negative PCR test dated no more than 7 days prior to departure is required. All passengers must also undergo a rapid test on arrival at the airport.

If the rapid test is positive, the traveller will then be tested using swab/PCR and placed in quarantine at an approved accommodation at their expense, for 2 – 4 days, pending the PCR result.

If that subsequent test is positive they will remain in quarantine for up to 14 days, or until they have tested negative on PCR.

Travellers to Grenada must also complete a Health Declaration Form and register with Grenada's contact tracing app, both of which can be found at covid19.gov.gd

Travellers must also have health insurance, or declare that they will bear the cost for treatment and isolation.

Grenada (GND) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Toronto.

Guadeloupe



Guadeloupe reopened to Canadian tourists on July 1st.

A negative PCR covid test taken within 72 hours of departure is required.

Pointe-a-Pitre (PTP) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Montreal.

Haiti



Haiti reopened to Canadian tourists on July 1st.

There is some confusion as to whether or not a 14-day quarantine is required. Some official sources say yes, others say no.

In addition, a temperature check and health declaration form are required.

Port-au-Prince (PAP) : Air Transat is scheduled to resume flights from Montreal on August 12th.

Jamaica



Jamaica started allowing Canadian tourists on June 15th.

Canadians need to fill out an online travel authorization card. They will be temperature screening at the airport. Those with elevated temperatures will be subject to additional screening and testing, if needed.

Jamaica has introduced a 'COVID-19 Resilient Corridor', which includes the coastline from Negril to Port Antonio. Only businesses within the corridor that have been trained and cleared for opening are permitted to open to tourists at this time.

Kingston (KIN) : Air Canada and Caribbean Airlines have resumed flights, via Toronto. Westjet is scheduled to resume flights on September 5th (previously August 5th).

Montego Bay (MBJ) : Air Canada and Sunwing have resumed flights via Toronto. Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Montreal on September 9th. Westjet is scheduled to resume flights on August 15th (previously August 5th).

Martinique



Travelers to Martinique must show a negative covid-19 PCR test result taken with the last 72 hours or undergo a 14-day quarantine.

Travelers must also take another test on the 7th day of their trip.

Fort-de-France (FDF) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Montreal.

Saint Lucia



You need to bring a recent negative covid test taken within 48 hours of departure (very tough to do!).

Temperature checks will be given at the airport. Those with symptoms will be isolated and tested. If it's positive, they will be transferred to a treatment facility until they receive two negative test results.

Hewanorra (UVF) : Air Canada flights, via Toronto, are scheduled to resume September 5th (previously August 1st, and August 22nd). Westjet flights are scheduled to resume via Toronto on September 6th (previously August 9th).

Saint Maarten



Saint Maarten started allowing Canadian tourists on July 1st.

Sint Maarten (SXM) : Westjet is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on September 6th (previously August 9th).

Saint Vincent & the Grenadines



Saint Vincent & the Grenadines started allowing Canadian tourists on July 1st.

Canadians need to fill out a questionnaire and will be given a PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival. Visitors must quarantine at their private accommodations for 24 hours while awaiting the results of the test.

Exception: Travellers entering with approved documentation of a negative (IgG & IgM) COVID-19 antibody test done within the past 5 days *and* a negative SVG COVID-19 PCR test, will not need to quarantine.

Saint Vincent (SVD) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Toronto.

Turks & Caicos



Turks & Caicos will be allowing Canadian tourists starting July 22nd.

A recent negative PCR covid test is required.

Providenciales (PLS) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Toronto. Westjet is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on September 5th (previously August 8th). Air Canada resumes flights from Montreal on September 13th (previously August 2nd).

Other countries in the Caribbean that are now open for Canadian tourists (or opening soon), but also don't have direct flights from Canada

Dominica - opening on August 7th (recent negative PCR test within the last 72 hours, and rapid test on arrival. And a rapid test when departing). Dominica has no active cases of COVID.

St. Barths - opened on June 22nd. A recent negative PCR test is required.

U.S. Virgin Islands - opened on June 1st. No mandatory testing on arrival. No recent test required. No quarantine period. However, you must fly in directly from the U.S.

CENTRAL AMERICA

Upon return to Canada you will need to self-isolate for 14 days.

Costa Rica



Costa Rica is the one country in Central America allowing Canadian tourists to visit again. They re-opened to Canadian visitors on August 1st.

Visitors will be required to pass a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of travel, complete the digital form at https://ccss.now.sh/ (which requires you to upload your test result), and purchase travel insurance that covers both medical expenses and accommodation in case of quarantine.

The travel insurance must be purchased from an insurer in Costa Rica. Canadians have complained that the insurance is very expensive and has less coverage than cheaper options with covid medical coverage available elsewhere.

The digital form may also eventually be available at https://salud.go.cr/ (the website isn't working at the time of this writing).

San Jose (SJO) : Westjet is scheduled to resume flights on September 5th, via Toronto. Ditto for Air Canada, September 12th.

Liberia (LIR) : Westjet is scheduled to resume flights on September 5th, via Toronto. Ditto for Air Canada, September 8th.

EUROPE

Upon return to Canada you will need to self-isolate for 14 days.

Croatia



Croatia started allowing Canadian tourists on July 1st.

You need to provide a *very* recent negative COVID-19 test, dated within 48 hours of arrival. Yes, within 48 hours of arrival. This could be pretty tough for most Canadians, considering the time change, and the fact it can take a while to get from Canada to Croatia.

Visitors are asked to e-mail [email protected] (Croatian border control) stating their intention to cross the border into Croatia.

You also need to show proof of accommodation and fill out this online form.

There are no direct flights from Canada to Croatia. You would need to connect through the EU (such as Amsterdam or Frankfurt).

Denmark



Denmark started allowing Canadian tourists on July 4th.

Denmark requires you to show documentation of a valid booking for a minimum of 6 days on entry.

Copenhagen (CPH) : No direct flights from Canada in the near future (Air Canada is scheduled to resume via Toronto on October 27th). You would need to connect through the EU (such as Amsterdam or Frankfurt).

France



France started allowing Canadian tourists on July 1st.

Paris (CDG) : Air France has resumed flights via Toronto. Air Canada and Air France have resumed flights via Montreal. Air Transat has resumed flights via Montreal. Air Canada resumes flights via Toronto on September 1st (previously August 4th). Westjet resumes flights via Calgary on September 3rd (previously August 20th).

Paris (ORY) : Level France is showing flights via Montreal starting September 1st, but Level France recently announced that they were 'pre-emptively winding down operations'. A consultation with unions is set to begin on July 15th.

Toulouse (TLS) : Air Transat has resumed flights via Montreal.

Germany



Germany started allowing Canadian tourists on July 2nd.

Frankfurt (FRA) : Air Canada & Lufthansa have resumed flights via Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. Eurowing has resumed flights via Calgary. Air Canada is scheduled to resume flights via Calgary on September 1st.

Munich (MUC) : Air Canada & Lufthansa have resumed flights from Montreal and Toronto.

Greece



Greece started allowing Canadian tourists on July 1st.

Visitors may have to take a test. They will have to self isolate for 24 hours at the address of their destination in Greece until the test results are out. Those who test positive will be quarantined for 14 days in designated hotels.

Greece, along with Cyprus, are 2 of the only European countries that have stated they will cover testing, quarantine, and medical treatment costs for any travellers who test positive during their stay.

Athens (ATH) : Air Canada & Air Transat have resumed flights, via Toronto & Montreal.

Iceland



As of July 16th, Canada is one of the 14 countries that Iceland is allowing tourists to visit from, without having to quarantine.

Passengers will be screened on arrival, for the cost of 11,000 ISK ($106 CAD) or 9,000 ISK ($86 CAD) if paid in advance and must download Iceland's tracing app.

Reykjavik (KEF) : Icelandair's flights are scheduled to resume via Toronto on August 19th.

Italy



Italy currently requires a 14 day quarantine.

I have heard that the Italian consulate has informed Canadians that if they have been in another Schengen country for at least two weeks before travelling to Italy, they don’t need to quarantine in Italy.

Rome (FCO) : Air Canada has resumed flights via Toronto and Montreal. Air Transat is scheduled to resume flights via Toronto on July 27th.

Netherlands



The Netherlands started allowing Canadian tourists on July 1st.

Amsterdam (AMS) : Air Canada and KLM have resumed flights via Toronto. KLM has resumed flights via Calgary, Vancouver, and Montreal.

Poland



The IATA website is claiming that as of July 1st, passengers arriving from Canada are not subject to a 14-day quarantine.

Warsaw (WAW) : LOT has resumed flights via Toronto.

Portugal & the Azores



There is some discrepancy over whether Portugal is really open for Canadian tourists or not.

On many official government websites, the Portuguese government is claiming Canadians will only be welcome once Portuguese tourists are welcome in Canada (aka the 'Reciprocity clause)'.

Airlines like Portugal's TAP are claiming that everything is fine and Canadians are welcome as of July 7th.

Probably best to avoid Portugal until the situation becomes more clear.

July 20th: Portugal just announced that *ALL TRAVELERS* must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test conducted within the last 72 hours. Passengers arriving to Portugal without these test results are subject to refusal of entry and/or mandatory testing at the cost of the passenger as well as quarantine until the results of the test.

July 22nd: The Portuguese Consulate in Toronto is telling Canadians: "No quarantine or Covid test required for mainland Portugal. Azores and Madeira Islands require a Covid test (paper format) issued a maximum of 72 hours prior to arrival."

Bottom line: Portugal is tough to figure out right now.

Lisbon (LIS) : TAP has resumed flights via Toronto. Air Transat has resumed flights via Montreal. TAP is scheduled to start flights from Montreal on August 1st.

Oporto (OPO) : Azores Airlines is no longer showing scheduled flights via Toronto (previously July 20th)

Ponta Delgada (PDL) : Azores Airlines has resumed flights from Toronto.

Spain



Spain started allowing Canadian tourists on July 3rd.

There are not any direct flights from Canada to Spain scheduled until late August (Barcelona via Toronto).

You would need to connect through the EU (such as Amsterdam or Frankfurt).

Sweden



Sweden started allowing Canadian tourists on July 4th.

There are not any direct flights from Canada to Sweden scheduled.

You would need to connect through the EU (such as Amsterdam or Frankfurt).

Switzerland



Switzerland will be allowing Canadian tourists on July 20th.

Geneva (GVA) : Air Canada has resumed flights from Montreal.

Zurich (ZRH) : Air Canada has resumed flights from Toronto. SWISS has resumed flights from Montreal.

Turkey



Canadians need to apply for an e-visa, which they had to do before COVID as well.

There are no mandatory tests or forms.

Istanbul (IST) : Turkish Airlines has resumed flights from Toronto and Montreal.

Other countries in Europe that are now open for Canadian tourists, and don't require quarantine or a COVID test, but also don't have direct flights from Canada

To visit these countries, you would need to connect through Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris, etc - as there are not any direct flights (non-stop) scheduled from Canada.

Albania - opened on July 1st
Belarus - opened on July 15th
Bulgaria - opened on July 16th
Cyprus - opened on July 16th
Czech Republic - opened on July 15th
Estonia - opened on July 6th
Georgia - no longer opening to Canadians as planned
Latvia - opened on July 1st
Lithuania - opened on August 1st
Luxembourg - opened on July 1st
Macedonia (North) - opened on July 1st
Malta - opened on July 11th
Montenegro - opened on July 8th
Romania - opened on July 7th
Serbia - opened on May 22nd
Slovenia - opened on July 17th

SOUTH AMERICA

Brazil



Brazil re-opened for Canadian tourists on July 30th. Visitors must have travel insurance that covers Covid.

Sao Paulo (GRU) : Air Canada is showing scheduled flights from Toronto to Sao Paulo starting September 1st.

THE MIDDLE EAST

United Arab Emirates



The UAE started allowing Canadian tourists on July 7th.

Canadians need to register on an app, and bring a recent negative test result (taken within 96 hours before departure), and have health insurance.

Note: Emirates (the airline) is providing free medical insurance for COVID-19 for it's passengers.

Dubai (DXB) : Emirates has resumed flights from Toronto.

EXOTIC & FAR AWAY

French Polynesia (Tahiti, Bora Bora)



French Polynesia will start allowing Canadian tourists on July 15th.

Canadians must present a recent negative PCR covid test before boarding the flight, and they will be tested again on arrival.

There are no direct flights from Canada to Tahiti or Bora Bora. You need to connect through San Francisco or Los Angeles.

The Maldives



The Maldives will start allowing Canadian tourists on July 15th.

There are no testing or quarantine protocols in effect at the moment. Travellers can expect to have their temperature taken and need to fill out a health declaration card.

There are no direct flights from Canada to the Maldives.

Africa

Tanzania



Tanzania has been open to Canadian tourists since the beginning of June.

A negative PCR test taken within the last 72 hours is required.

There are no direct flights from Canada to Tanzania. Typically, you need to connect through somewhere in Europe, such as through Amsterdam with KLM.

Tunisia



Tunisia has been open to Canadian tourists since June 27th.

Tunis (TUN) : Tunisair will resume flights from Montreal on July 11th.

Before boarding you must show the results of a recent negative test (conducted within 72 hours of departure)

Other countries around the world that will be re-opening for Canadian tourists soon, but also don't have direct flights from Canada

Bali, Indonesia - reopening September 11th

Belize - reopening August 15th (negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure, or tested and wait for results on arrival). Direct flights *may* be resuming from Toronto to BZE in August. Update: Belize has delayed the re-opening of it's airport to a yet-to-be determined date.

Jordan - reopening August 4th.

Sri Lanka - reopening August 15th (recent negative PCR test, and another test upon arrival) Update: Due to a rise in cases, Sri Lanka has postponed their reopening.

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Are there any travel insurance providers that have COVID-19 medical coverage for Canadians?

These are the seven I've seen:

1) Seven Corners - a U.S. insurance agency that will also insure Canadians and offers medical insurance plans that cover COVID.

www.sevencorners.com

Their Liaison Travel Plus plan specifically mentions medical coverage for COVID worldwide.

2) Trawick International's 'Safe Travels International Cost Saver' plan.

www.trawickinternational.com

Trawick claims that COVID-19 expenses are covered and treated as any other sickness.

However, Trawick explicitly mentions that travel to the United States is *not* covered.

3) Medipac's 'Early Bird Special' plan.

www.medipac.com

Medipac is the official insurance provider for the Canadian Snowbird Association and they've announced that their 'Early Bird Special' plan provides coverage for COVID-19 medical claims. While Medipac's demographic is snowbirds heading to Florida, anyone can apply.

You can find the details in this PDF file. The Medipac website seems pretty terrible, and all Google roads for the 'Early Bird Special plan' seem to lead to snowbirds.org or calling for more info.

It could also be worth looking at...

4) MSH International - an insurance agency for 'globally mobile citizens' that seems to be based out of France.

On their FAQ page about COVID-19, MSH claims that 'COVID-19 coronavirus treatment costs are covered in the same way as any medical condition, whether for consultations, lab work, medical imaging or hospitalization.'

www.msh-intl.com

MSH's home office in the Americas is in Toronto. In North America, they go by the name Ingle International and their website is www.ingleinternational.com

In the Ingle International FAQ about COVID-19, which seems to be old (dated March 26th) they state that new policies do not cover COVID-19 for Canadian travellers.

5) Ontario Blue Cross & Quebec Blue Cross

Yes, it's true, Blue Cross has just announced (July 24th) that their emergency medical care benefit will now include coverage for COVID-19 providing the insured person does not show signs or symptoms of COVID-19 prior to departure.

The Emergency Medical Care benefit covers the insured person even if a government notice 'not to travel' is in place.

Trip Cancellation or Interruption related to COVID-19 is not available.

6) SafetyWing's 'Nomad Insurance'

SafetyWing has confirmed that even with the current Government of Canada travel advisory in place, they are offering plans for Canadians that cover covid-19.

www.safetywing.com

Coverage for covid-19 works the same as any other illness as long as it was not contracted before your coverage start date.

Plans start at $40 USD for 4 weeks, or $73 USD if your trip involves travel to the U.S.

Coverage - up to $250,000
Deductible - $250
Trip Interruption – up to $5000
Lost Checked Luggage – up to $3000
Political Evacuation – up to $10,000

7. HeyMondo

HeyMondo has stated that all insurance plans you see on their website cover medical assistance and expenses, even in the event of infection by coronavirus.

www.heymondo.com

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