U.S.-Canada border stays closed to nonessential travel until August 21

The United States-Canada border will remain closed for nonessential travel due to the novel coronavirus.
The border that was set to reopen July 21, will be closed until Aug. 21, according to CTV News.

Commercial trade and commerce will continue. Air and sea travel, along with freight rail do not apply to the restrictions. Essential health care workers who work in the opposing side of the border can also cross.

The border originally closed March 21 at midnight, in an effort to slow down the spread of the coronavirus.

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