U.S. Land Border Reopens for Fully Vaccinated Canadians

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – For the first time since early March 2020, the U.S. has reopened their land border with Canada for fully vaccinated non-essential travelers.

The relaxed regulations went into effect on Monday morning, and vehicles could be seen lined up at checkpoints all across Montana’s border with Canada.

Canadian tourists entering the U.S. must provide proof of vaccination and are asked to download the CBP One app and enter requested information to expedite their time at the border.

The Canadian land border reopened for fully vaccinated American tourists back in early August.

Proof of vaccination and a recent negative COVID-19 test are required for non-essential travelers, with a few exceptions.

Prior to heading to the Canadian border, tourists need to download the ArriveCAN application and fill in the necessary information. Travelers should take a screenshot or printout of the completed form in case they do not have cellular service at the border.

Unvaccinated travelers are permitted to cross the border for essential travel.

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