Another border has been shut as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump announced Wednesday the United States and Canada have decided to shut off non-essential travel between the two neighbors temporarily, as both countries grapple with the virus' spread. Trump said more details were coming but trade would not be affected, which was seemingly backed up by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who said trucking would continue.
Canada closed its borders Monday to almost every non-citizen, except for permanent residents, immediate family members, and U.S. citizens, though the latter group has now entered the no-go category.
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