Canada travel restrictions eased as coronaviruses are contained
CANADA — Travel restrictions have eased for Canadians in the wake of the coronavirochus coronavillosis pandemic.
In a statement issued Saturday, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said the changes were designed to allow Canadians to travel to the U.S. to avoid exposure to the virus.
The agency also announced it had lifted a travel restriction for the U,S.
and Canada, and a travel warning for British Columbia, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
For Americans, travel restrictions have been lifted for all of the states listed above, including Montana, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Nevada.
Canada’s travel warning, however, remains in effect until Sept. 15.