The US State Department just relaxed COVID-19 travel advisories on Canada and Mexico
- The US State Department revised travel advisories about
- Previously, it warned against all travel to both countries due to COVID-19 risk.
- Now, it asks that people with plans to travel to Canada or Mexico to just "reconsider."
The US Department of State on Tuesday relaxed its COVID-19 travel advisories for people planning trips to Canada and Mexico.The State Department now recommends people in the US with plans to travel to either Canada or Mexico "reconsider" their plans due to the risk of COVID-19, a Level 3 advisory from the department.
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