US To Close Northern Border To ‘Non-Essential Traffic’

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that the U.S. will close all “non-essential traffic” across the Northern border amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Further, Trump assured the public on Twitter that “trade will not be affected.”

On Tuesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the closure of his country’s borders to non-citizens with the exception of the U.S. The border with the U.S. was to remain open with “the level of integration of our two economies,” Trudeau said during his press conference.

The Trump administration will provide further details on the matter and will update our readers.