DHS extends travel restrictions until April 21

In March, the United States agreed with Mexico and Canada to restrict nonessential travel because of the coronavirus outbreak.

U.S. Travel restrictions were set to finish this Sunday, but the Department of Homeland Security stated that the United States will be extending the travel restrictions on non-essential travel until April 21.

Restrictions on non-essential travel apply to those who travel on foot vehicles, ferries, rail, or to coastal ports of entries, non-essential travel via air isn’t restricted, as well as on sea travel or to U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents.

Travel restrictions have been on for a year now, many RGV leaders have urged the opening to reactivate the economy that has been affected during the COVID 19 Pandemic.


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