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U.S. reopening land borders to Canadians ‘long overdue,’ says Niagara mayor

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Canada-U.S. border reopening a chance for neighbours to ‘connect again’ On Wednesday, senior White House officials said non-essential travellers will be allowed into the U.S.

through border crossings, provided they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.Random screenings will take place to confirm vaccination status.Those who have had any vaccine approved for emergency use by the U.S.

Food and Drug Administration, as well as the World Health Organization, will be allowed to enter the country.That means Canadians who received the AstraZeneca vaccine will be allowed into the U.S.What’s unclear is whether those who had mixed-brands — say a Pfizer shot and Moderna shot – will be considered fully vaccinated.COVID-19 testing will not be required.

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