The United States will lift restrictions at land borders with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated foreign nationals in early November.
U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed through October 21, according to documents published in the Federal Register.
Just days after Canada opened up its borders to Americans, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. State Department have each downgraded their travel advisories for the country.
As Canada reopens its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. travelers for the first time in over a year Aug. 9, Delta is ready to welcome them back on board with more flight and seat choices.
Canada announced today that it will begin letting fully vaccinated U.S. citizens into the country starting August 9. As for visitors from the rest of the world, they can travel to Canada starting September 7.
The Canada Border Services Agency is warning foreigners that if you’re not eligible to enter the country now, you won’t be on Monday.
The land borders between the countries will be closed until at least July 21. This is the latest extension of the closure that has been in place for over a year now.
For now, anyone arriving in Canada must have proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken in the previous 72 hours and go into a 14-day quarantine. But the Canadian government is looking to find more ways to discourage international travel.
They list includes at least 18 countries in the European Union, as well as Russia, India, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador and Peru.
Canada will extend the Mandatory Isolation Order and temporary travel restrictions for all travelers seeking entry into Canada from a country other than the US, until January 21, 2021. Travel restrictions for US citizens and foreign nationals arriving from the US remain in place until December 21, 2020 and may be extended at that time.
The two countries introduced month-long restrictions in March and renewed the ban in April and May. The ban is currently set to expire on June 21. It is now expected to be extended once again, until July 21.
The united States and Canada have agreed to extend their border closure to non-essential travel to June 21 during the coronavirus pandemic. The current agreement that was announced in April, runs through May 20.
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U.S. and Canada will close their border to help halt the spread of the coronavirus. The measure will block leisure travel between the two countries, but trade will not be affected.