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U.S. eases COVID-19 travel advisory for Canada

Home News U.S. eases COVID-19 travel advisory for Canada

There is no word on border reopening

The U.S. State Department has lowered the COVID-19 travel advisory for Canada to “Level 2 Exercise Increased Caution,” according to a statement on Tuesday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also eased Canada’s travel recommendation rating to Level 2.

Despite the change, the U.S. government shows no sign of easing restrictions for Canadian tourists, who are barred from entering United States land borders. On Monday, Canada opened to fully vaccinated American tourists for the first time in 16 months.

Canada barred all leisure travel from the United States in March 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. But as of Aug. 9 fully vaccinated Americans are able to enter the country.

The U.S. travel restrictions for non-essential travelers at the Canadian and Mexican land borders are set to expire on Aug. 21 but are likely to again be renewed.

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Source: Global News

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