Canada-U.S. border to remain closed to non-essential travel for another month

TORONTO — Canada has decided to prolong the closure of borders with United States as an agreement between both countries was made to keep the border closed for all non-essential travel for another month, declared by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The declaration of the extension of the border’s closure means that the border bans will stay in place until July 21, while reopening the economies is a taken decision of both countries- in other words, both continue to resume their economies.

Canadian PM revealed in briefing on Tuesday, “This is an important decision that will keep people in both of our countries safe.”

The agreement has claimed the restrictions on tourists and cross-border travels, while it exempts the flow of trade and commerce and also denies restrictions on vital health-care workers as nurses who are residing and have got to work on opposite sides of the border.

The countries have experienced a thrice extension of border’s closure after first was implemented in March. This extension will, according to the agreement, will expire from June 21.

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