NEWS: Canada Has Extended US Border Travel Restrictions for Additional Month

If you live in Canada and are looking to visit Disney World (or anywhere in the United States for that matter), it looks like you’ll have to wait a bit longer before you can cross the border.

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posted a message on his Twitter account today confirming that travel restrictions between the United States and Canada will remain in place for an additional thirty days.

Non-essential travel restrictions across the border will be in place through November 21st, 2020. Previously, U.S. Customs and Border Protection had announced that certain portions of the United States’ land border was restricted to essential travel through October 21st.

While Disney World continues their phased reopening, international travel restrictions such as this have meant that fans who live abroad will need to continue to wait for the borders to reopen.

MCO Airport ©Orlando International Airport

We will keep an eye on this and other travel restrictions in the coming weeks and months. Be sure to keep checking in for all the latest travel information if you have any upcoming vacation plans!

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Do you live in Canada and have upcoming travel plans to Disney World? Let us know how you’re handling your upcoming plans in the comments!

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