U.S. & Mexico agree to extend border restrictions until February 21

Non-essential border crossings travel restriction continued to February

The border restrictions between Mexico and the United States for non-essential crossings will remain in effect for at least another month

“Due to the continuing spread of COVID19 and “code orange” alerts by several of the local health authorities, Mexico proposed the extension to the United States for another month to restrict non-essential land traffic on their common border” , reported the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations (SRE).

“The restrictions will be maintained in the same terms in which they have been developed since their implementation on March 21, 2020,” added the Mexican Foreign Ministry on its Twitter social network account.

The SRE added that both countries will continue to coordinate health measures along the border region, which for now, will be in effect until 11:59 p.m. on February 21.

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