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Canada-U.S. border news brings travel hope. Here’s how to do it safely

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Canada-U.S. border restrictions are set to lift come November, Canadians might find themselves loading up on gas and preparing to take advantage of the newfound freedom.

But Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is warning people to continue to “listen closely” to advice from Canadian officials and medical authorities.As things stand now, that advice is still to avoid non-essential travel.“Just be careful.

We have almost, almost gotten past COVID. We have high national vaccination rates,” Freeland said.“Just try to do the things you need to do and maybe hold back on doing the things that you just want to do.

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