On the afternoon of February 19th local time, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security posted on social networking sites, saying, “In order to protect our citizens and prevent the further spread of the novel coronavirus
The United States of America, Canada and Mexico have extended border non-essential travel restrictions until March 21.” The Department of Homeland Security said the three countries will ensure that necessary travel is smooth and open.
Among them, the border restrictions between the United States and Canada have been extended for the 11th time, each time for one month. The U.S.-Canada border has been subject to travel restrictions since March 21, 2020.
After this extension, the U.S.-Canada border restrictions will be implemented for one year.