United States, Canada, and Mexico Extend Border Restrictions

On Tuesday, the US and Canada announced they would extend the current land-border closure for non-essential travel until May 21. Air passengers arriving into Canada from the United States will continue to be tested and will be required to complete their quarantine at a designated hotel.

The land-border restrictions between the US and Mexico for non-essential travel are extended to May 21 for the border states in the top two tiers of coronavirus risk levels. Currently, that is only the state of Chihuahua. Mexico’s southern border will also remain closed to non-essential travel until May 21.