Higgins: U.S. extends restrictions on non-essential travel at U.S.-Canada border to October 21

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The United States has again announced an extension to its restrictions on non-essential travel into the United States from Canada, according to a statement from Congressman Brian Higgins (D-Buffalo).

The restrictions, which were set to expire on September 21, will now remain in effect through October 21.

“It’s extremely disappointing and it really defies logic,” President and CEO of Buffalo Niagara Partnership Dottie Gallagher said.

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