By Sara Powers

(CBS DETROIT) – The United States is extending border restrictions with Canada until Aug. 21, which bans all non-essential travel to and from the country.

Canada previously announced it would allow fully vaccinated Americans to visit for non-essential travel starting Aug. 9.

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U.S. visitors will now have to wait until Aug. 21st.

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This doesn’t mean the border will open on that date, as the U.S. could extend restrictions again next month.

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