(INDEPENDENT SENTINEL) – The U.S. government next month will lift pandemic-era travel limits along the Canadian and Mexican borders for travelers who are vaccinated against the coronavirus, allowing them to enter the U.S. for non-essential activities, like tourism and family visits, for the first time since March 2020. At the same time, illegal aliens can come in untested and unvaccinated.
Travelers from Canada and Mexico will need vaccine passports of some kind.
Those who can’t provide proof of vaccination will continue to be banned from crossing the land borders if their travel is deemed to be “non-essential.” U.S. citizens, green card holders and individuals traveling for medical care have been exempted from the non-essential restrictions since they were instituted.
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