Late Tuesday in the United States, Reuters announced the news, citing the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which suggests extending non-essential travel restrictions to US land borders with Mexico and Canada until 22 June. update of the previous notice which was due to expire on Wednesday, the report said.
“Non-essential travel will only be allowed if this administration is satisfied that it is safe and secure,” said DHS acting secretary Chad Wolf said in a statement.
“We have been in contact with our Canadian and Mexican counterparts and they also agree that the extension of these restrictions is prudent at the moment.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said earlier Tuesday that Canada and the United States had agreed to extend the ban on non-essential land travel between the two nations for 30 days.
The USD / CAD and USD / MXN both returned from Tuesday’s daily high at around 1.3945 and 23.70 respectively after the news.