The US to resume the Mexico Canada borders for fully vaccination-free travelers.
The US was closing its border on land between Canada and Mexico in March 2020.
The US has stated that it will open its frontiers to Mexico and Canada for fully vaccinated travelers beginning in November.
Mexico Canada borders
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) statement announced that it will permit travelers to travel for non-essential needs by ferry or land.
In January 2022, it will also be required to show proof of vaccination for any trip through these crossings, which is essential or not.
The US has imposed travel restrictions on its northern and southern neighbors from March 2020 because of the Covid pandemic.
The Biden administration of President Joe Biden recently announced that the restriction on complete jabbed travelers would be lifted in November.
The current rules block entry for all non-US citizens that have traveled to countries like the UK, China, India, South Africa, Iran, Brazil, and several European countries in the past 14 days.