After 19 months of being shut down, the U.S. land border reopened to Canadian travellers as of Midnight on Monday. Travellers should be prepared to show proof of vaccination, but they may not have to according to CBC News. Since March 2020 the United States restricted non-essential travel with its shared land border with Canada.
On Monday, the U.S. began letting recreational travellers enter the country by ferry or by land. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection explained “for travellers making the trip to the United States, we ask for patience with our officers,… To help reduce wait times and long lines, we encourage travellers to have the correct documentation ready.”
Travellers entering by land will not have to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test but they should be ready to show proof of vaccination. However, the U.S. will not ask every traveller for proof of vaccination as they are taking a more sporadic approach. The U.S. agency said if an officer discovers a traveller has no proof of vaccination, they will be denied entry.
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