North Country Chamber lauds end of vaccine order

A sign points the way to the Canadian border crossing near the Rouses Point United States Border Inspection Station. Ben Rowe/Press-Republican

The North Country Chamber of Commerce is applauding the Biden Administration for lifting the requirement that Canadians be vaccinated against the coronavirus to cross the border into the U.S. starting May 12.

Canada had dropped COVID vaccination and testing requirements at the border in April 2022, creating a greater ability for Americans to go back and forth than Canadians, according to a press release from the chamber, which has been actively advocating for reciprocity ever since.

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