Homeland Security extends nonessential travel restrictions with Canada and Mexico
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Homeland Security extends nonessential travel restrictions with Canada and Mexico

Pandemic travel restriction between the United States, Canada and Mexico have, again, been extended for another month, the Department of Homeland Security said, preventing any vacation or leisure travel across America’s borders.

“To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the United States is extending restrictions on non-essential travel at our land and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico through July 21, while ensuring access for essential trade & travel,” DHS announced on Twitter Sunday, a day before coronavirus travel restrictions between the three countries were scheduled to lift.

  • Nonessential travel to Canada and Mexico includes tourism and recreational travel, according to DHS, while crossing the border for essential trade and business is still allowed.
  • “DHS also notes positive developments in recent weeks and is participating with other U.S. agencies in the White House’s expert working groups with Canada and Mexico to identify the conditions under which…

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