Cross-border travel in question for Canadians with mixed vaccines

Cross-border travel in question for Canadians with mixed vaccines

FOLLOW ON Complete coverage at CTVNews.ca/Coronavirus Receive the most important updates in your inbox Advertisement TORONTO -- The U.S.-Canadian land border will be re-opening in November to fully-vaccinated Canadians, but travel is in question for the millions who received mixed vaccine doses of Pfizer, Moderna and Astra Zeneca. The White House announced the slated re-opening of land and ferry crossings along the border on Tuesday, after an unprecedented closure that started in March 2020. The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that travellers entering the U.S. by land will be required to have paperwork that provides proof of vaccination. Any travellers who aren’t fully-vaccinated will not be allowed to enter. But the department gave no details on which vaccines will be accepted. CTV News asked White House officials …
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