The United States, Canada Lifting Borders COVID-19

US and Canadian officials are set to meet on Tuesday to eliminate the border restrictions relating to COVID-19 between the two nations.


According to Reuters, the U.S. and Canadian business executives worry that the restriction on non-essential land border crossing has a long-term financial impact on every single economy, but sources say that it is not anticipated quick action.

The present non-essential ban on travel is scheduled to expire on June 21, but authorities think it is prolonged.


On Sunday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was discussing how pandemic-related borders between the two nations may be lifted with U.S. President Joe Biden, but there was no progress gained.

Last week, Trudeau and senior Canadian health authorities disclosed intentions to lessen the existing 14-day period of isolation for travelers with complete COVID-19 immunization.


President Biden and his administration began creating expert working groups earlier this month with Canada, Mexico, the European Union, and the United Kingdom to see how best to begin international journeys securely.

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