Prime Minister Justin Trudeau extended the Canada-U.S. border closure on non-essential travel until July 21. Canada and the U.S. first announced a temporary border closure on March 21, which barred all non-essential travel between the two countries but left the border open to trade and essential workers. The closure has since been extended every month. The previous agreement expired on June 21st. The extension is not a surprise , media reports last week suggested both countries were holding talks about prolonging the border restrictions, and Canadian leaders have expressed little desire to reopen the border this early in the recovery. To date, there have been about 99,000 Covid-19 cases in Canada, compared to more than two million in the U.S.

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