The Biden administration announced on Tuesday that the U.S. will lift restrictions at the country’s land borders with Canada and Mexico next month, allowing fully-vaccinated foreign nationals to enter the country at the crossings for the first time in 19 months.

The Department of Homeland Security said it will reopen travel across the ports of entry in November for non-essential purposes, like visiting friends or for tourism. Travelers will need to show proof of vaccination against the coronavirus.

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