The US-Canada border blockade has been extended until July 21st.
Despite growing calls for border reopening during the summer travel season, the Canadian federal government remains cautious. When the double dose rate of the new corona vaccine is high enough in both countries, it will be considered again.
The border between Ontario and Quebec has opened today from June 16th. In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, unnecessary and unurgent movement was prohibited from April 19th. Travel restrictions between Ontario and Manitoba will also be lifted on the same day, allowing traffic in five inland states.
British Columbia has eased its preventive measures against the new coronavirus and has entered the second phase of economic resumption from June 15th today.
Leisure travel is possible only within the state. Movie theaters, gyms, and fitness classes have also resumed. Office work is permitted, and meetings are possible with a small number of people.
At the restaurant, up to 6 people can eat together, not just those living together. Alcoholic beverages will be extended until midnight. Wear a mask when you leave the table. Masks are still required in indoor public spaces such as shops and public transportation.
Private gatherings such as parties are limited to 50 people outdoors and 5 people or 1 family indoors. In other words, it is OK for up to 5 friends to gather in a house with 4 people, or for a family of 7 to come and visit. Observe public health standards, such as keeping distance from people and ventilating.