There is no deal between the United States and Canada on reopening the border.
- Current border restrictions between the US and Canada are set to expire on June 21, 2021.
- Both country leaders agreed that the time is not right to reopen just yet.
- The current border restrictions will remain in effect for one more month.
Today, US President Joe Biden and Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discussed if there would be a next step regarding reopening the border. However, there will be no immediate action in that regard.
A few days ago, the US State Department issued a more relaxed stance toward travel to Canada, downgrading the country on its travel advisory list from Level 4 – Do Not Travel to Level 3 – Reconsider Travel. However, PM Trudeau has previously suggested the nation will not consider easing restrictions for travelers until at least 75 percent of residents have been…