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Travel restrictions at the U.S. border will vary from November 8, depending on whether you're entering the country via land or air.

While the only people able to enter the United States will be those who are fully vaccinated, there are still COVID-19 testing requirements for anybody arriving on a plane.

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Almost a year after coming into place, the non-essential travel restrictions between Canada and the U.S. have been extended once again.

Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Bill Blair, confirmed the news via Twitter on Thursday.

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If you’ve got an upcoming trip planned, you may have to cancel it. The federal government is reminding Canadians that spring break travel is a no-go this year, both internationally and within Canada.

In a tweet on March 1, Health Canada acknowledged that spring break "is almost here for many Canadians!"

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With Canada's hotel quarantine rule, travellers will have to pay more than $2,000 out of their own pockets for their stay because they made the "choice" to travel.

After the new requirement for people entering the country was announced, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Bill Blair went into detail about why travellers have to pay.

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