US extending Travel restrictions for Canada and Mexico

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The United States has once again extended travel restrictions for Canada and Mexico. The borders between the U.S. and those countries will remain closed, at least for a little bit.

Related – Covid travel restrictions could lessen by July 4th

The Department of Homeland Security has announced that the borders with Canada and Mexico will stay closed to non-essential travel until April 21st due to COVID-19. The DHS posted the following to Twitter:

Canadian travelers hoping to visit Disney World for Spring Break are out of luck. The border between the U.S. and Canada has been closed for almost a year now.

Related – White House is not considering any new domestic air travel restrictions

Travel is still allowed for Americans to fly to Mexico, only land travel is restricted. Keep in mind, all travelers entering the United States must have a negative COVID-19 test.

Stay tuned for more travel updates!


2 thoughts on “US extending Travel restrictions for Canada and Mexico

  1. Personally I would like to see these borders shutdown permanently. We have people coming across these borders illegally on a daily basis and it MUST BE STOPPED!

  2. Article is a bit misleading. Yes the land border between the USA and Canada is closed. Canadians can still fly into and out of the USA but it isn’t recommended. So Canadians can in fact travel to Disney for spring break, they just can’t travel into the USA by car unless for essential purposes. They will also have to abide by each states quarantine requirements and same thing upon return.

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