(WXYZ) — The U.S.-Canadian border will remain closed until at least May 21, the Canadian government announced on Tuesday.
The border, which has been closed since the pandemic began last March, will remain open for essential travel and trade.
Both Michigan and Ontario are seeing surges in COVID-19 cases, and Ontario has recently extended its stay-at-home order and imposed newer restrictions on other activities.
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