So far, we’ve learned that some folks could potentially have a harder time getting to Disney World than others based on where they reside! Our friends in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut know all ABOUT it!
Well, did you know that our Canadian neighbors are also under a restriction that could likely pose a problem for any travel plans they had down in Florida!
And just yesterday, the United States and Canada reached a mutual agreement to extend the closure of its border for another 30 days. The border has been closed for all non-essential travel since March 18th and has been extended on a monthly basis ever since.
The travel ban is now set to expire on July 21st, 2020 while Americans who are returning to the U.S. and Canadians who are returning to Canada are still exempt from the border closure.
According to Forbes, non-essential travel between the United States to Canada isn’t allowed when crossing by land. But, Canadians can fly into the U.S.. However, U.S. citizens cannot fly into Canada at this time.
Disney Cruise Line has also canceled the remainder of its Canadian itineraries due to officials banning all cruise ships carrying more than 100 passengers until October 31, 2020.
For now, it looks like the only way we’ll be getting our maple leaf fix is at Canada’s pavilion over at Epcot’s World Showcase!
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