The United States maintains a Temporary restriction of travelers Crossing the land border between the United States, Canada and Mexico For non-essential purposes.
The goal is to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and Non-essential travelers will not be able to enter the United States; Close cooperation with Canada is to ensure that North America has a coordinated approach to fighting the pandemic.
- Non-essential travel across land borders of the United States and Canada will remain in effect until June 20, 2021.
The restrictions do not apply to air, rail, or sea travel Between the United States and Mexico or Canada, but it applies to commuter trains, passenger ferries, and boat travel between the United States and Canada.
To maintain economic ties, Passengers for essential purposes can continue to cross the land border They will be exempt from the requirement of self-isolation. In addition, travelers will continue to be affected for family, educational or humanitarian reasons. Checked travelers will be returned to their last point of origin (Mexico or Canada).