Non-essential Travel Restrictions Between U.S., Canada Extended

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BUFFALO – Restrictions that barred non-essential travel between the U.S. and Canada border due to the COVID-19 public health crisis have been extended.

Sunday was supposed to be the first day of non-essential travel between the two countries, however, officials announced at the last minute that the border will stay closed until the end of July.

The restrictions first went into place in March.

Supply chain services, including trucking, are not impacted by the measure.


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