US, Canada, Mexico extend non-essential travel restrictions till March 21

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Washington [US], February 20: The United States, Mexico and Canada broadened superfluous travel limitations till March 21 to contain the pandemic, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said in a proclamation. 

"To ensure our residents and forestall the further spread of COVID-19, the United States, Canada, and Mexico are broadening the limitations on superfluous travel at our property borders through March 21," DHS said on Friday. 

The office said it is attempting to guarantee fundamental exchange and travel stays open. 

Before the declaration, the limitations at US land line intersections with Canada and Mexico were set to lapse on February 21. 

All trivial travel between the United States and Canada has been stopped since last March. (ANI/Sputnik)
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