Canada-U.S. Border Closure To Non-Essential Travel No Longer Sustainable, Says Expert


The Canada-U.S. border has been closed for six months and some experts say the shutdown to non-essential travel is no longer sustainable, adding officials appear to have a handle on the detection and tracking of cases coming from abroad. Kelley Lee, a public health professor at Simon Fraser University, told the Toronto Star it’s important to remember that closing the border is just one measure, and the pandemic will persist, with or without it. As it stands right now, the border will remain closed until at least 21OCT.


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