US Extends Land Border Restrictions Until October 21st

By Casey September 23, 2021 (Updated September 23, 2021) 1 min. read

According to White House officials, the United States has prolonged its land border shutdown with Canada and Mexico for non-essential travel until at least Oct. 21.

These restrictions were first put in effect in March 2020 and have been extended on a monthly basis ever since. Much unlike Canada, which has opened its borders to fully vaccinated US visitors in August, letting them to arrive by land and air.

The closure does not apply to US residents returning to the US after visiting Mexico or Canada.

Travelers from the United States can fly into Mexico and Canada, but the Canadian government will soon require all air travelers, cruise ship passengers, and interprovincial rail passengers to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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