Ontario mayors meeting held regarding the re-opening of the Canada-U.S. border along with the public safety minister

After the recent meeting held with the city mayors along with the federal government of the Ontario border, there was an unofficial date has been suggested that is June 22 for keeping a watch on the safety of the public.

The Ontario mayors from the border cities and the minister of public safety recommended that the restrictions on travel may begin to ease by the end of June along the southern border.

Mayor Drew Dilkens from Windsor told iHeartRadio there was no official date however that was announced by the feds and that they are expecting all the majority of the Canadians to be vaccinated by June 21 so that they can ease out the travel restrictions between Canada and the U.S. While the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested that in the early month of May about 75 per cent of Canadians should be vaccinated so that they can be a decrease in the coronavirus cases in order to restore back the restrictions.

However the coronavirus cases have dropped in both the countries where the U.S. saw the lowest numbers since the month of March 2020 and Canada had a drop in the month of October. About 41 per cent of the U.S. is fully vaccinated, and about 58 per cent of Canadians have received one dose with only five per cent being fully vaccinated.