In regards to the cross-border travel restrictions implementing on 21st March, the Canadian, as well as the United States government, has announced details about who will have the leverage to still cross borders and who will not.
This restriction applies to travelers who want to cross borders without a vital purpose. According to the government of Canada, this type of travel falls under the category of travel which is for tourism and recreational purposes. Travelers with this motive are not allowed to cross borders from 21st March and will last till the following 30 days. Canada and the US after the end of this give time period will again analyze the cross-border restrictions and then come to a conclusion.
In the statement released by the Canadian government, the Canadian and American people who has the work permit will only be seen as essential travelers. On 20th March, The Homeland Security Department in the US has also given a notice explaining details of the cross-border restrictions.
The notice stated that traveling across the border of both countries is only applicable to the people with ‘essential-travel’ who are mainly-