The United States is set to reopen its land borders with Canada in early November to travellers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a U.S. congressman said late Tuesday.
New York Rep. Brian Higgins said in a statement to Global News that proof of vaccination will be required for non-essential travellers to enter the U.S. starting next month, but did not provide an exact date for when the new rules will take effect.
“At long last, there is action by the United States to open the doors and welcome back our Canadian neighbours,” he said.
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