All non-essential travel will remain forbidden from crossing over the Canada-US border until the end of July, according to City News.
The non-essential travel ban has been in effect between Canada and the US since March 21, per agreement by both nations, and it prohibits travel for the purposes of vacation or cross-border shopping.
Essential employees have been allowed to cross, and commerce and trade has remained open and will continue to be permitted to cross on either side.
The border is expected to be reopened to the general public by June 21.
There are 96,653 cases of coronavirus in Canada, resulting in 7,897 deaths, with 55,572 recoveries. The United States has 2,046,514 cases, with114,185 deaths and a confirmed 788,885 recoveries.
Bordering provinces such as Quebec and Ontario are beginning to reopen their economies.