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Canada has decided to extend its restrictions on foreign nationals entering their country from our borders. It will now remain closed until at least August 21. The ban on non-essential travel, which has been in place since March 20, was set to expire on July 21.
When it comes to flying, Canadians can fly to the U.S. with no issues and no federally mandated precautionary quarantine. Meanwhile, Americans are barred from flying to Canada for non-essential travel.
Most Americans still cannot cross to go into Canada by land. The exception is for immediate family members, permanent residents, essential workers and if they’ll be in Canada for at least 15 days.
That is not the case, though, for Canadians trying to enter the U.S. at a border crossing. Only essential workers and those with “extreme or tragic circumstances” from Canada can cross.
Anyone who enters Canada must quarantine for two weeks or face a $750,000 fine or jail time. The Canadian government documents where travelers are staying, how they will get there and even how they will get their groceries.