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The United States, Canada and Mexico have agreed to extend the current COVID-19 border restrictions for another 30 days, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced.
BAL Analysis: DHS is expected to publish official notices extending the restrictions in the Federal Register this week. Individuals traveling across the U.S.-Canadian and U.S.-Mexico border for essential travel are exempt from the restrictions, but travelers should be prepared for delays and increased scrutiny, as well as possible changes in how U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers interpret “essential travel.”
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