A town in Minnesota is currently trapped by Manitoba and says they can't have visitors from their own country, according to CBC.

It appears Northwest Angle, a town with 120 residents, is not happy after feeling more isolated than previously before with the border closure leaving them unable to see their friends and family from the U.S.

The situation is caused by a geographical error stretching back 200 years, per the report. 

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We are not asking for the border to be opened, OK? We are asking for Americans to be able to travel from America back into America.

Northwest Angle resident

The town is technically within the state of Minnesota, however, it is oddly surrounded on multiple sides by the True North along with water south of the town.

The only land that connects it to the US is through Manitoba.

Thanks to COVID-19, border restrictions have been put in place that ban American visitors from entering southeastern Manitoba to then go into the small town.

This has resulted in big trouble economically for the town and has prevented them from seeing friends, family, and customers. 

Now they want an exemption to be made. 

"We are not asking for the border to be opened, OK? We are asking for Americans to be able to travel from America back into America," one resident told CBC.

However, the government has said they aren't looking at bending any rules.