People In Some Canada-US Border Towns Are Exempted From The 14-Day Quarantine Now
They have to be travelling for the necessities of life.
People in sometowns are now exempt from the 14-day quarantine all travellers have to go through when they enter the country.
The federal government has made an adjustment to the rules that will let limited cross-border travel happen without mandatory quarantine.
This applies to residents of Campobello Island, New Brunswick and Stewart, B.C. along withand Hyder, Alaska.
when the exemption came into effect
As of October 31, residents in those four border towns will be exempt from mandatory 14-day quarantine.
Though that only applies if they have to cross the border to get the necessities of life like food or medical services from the closest Canadian or American community.
It doesn't help everyone though. A U.S. governor had asked Justin Trudeau to help an American town in his state that'sbut the spot isn't on this list.
Meanwhile, one small town in Canada that's literally right across the street from the U.S. has been.
Non-essential travel between the two countries has been banned.