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Toronto (AP) — the border Agency of Canada announces strict rules for Americans traveling through Canada to Alaska on the background of the pandemic coronavirus.

The canadian border services Agency said Thursday in the rear view mirror of cars will be marked with a leave-by date while in Canada on the way to the U.S. government.

“Before the tag to make it clear that tourists are in transit and include a date when they must leave Canada. The back of the tag will remind travelers to abide by all conditions imposed at the entrance,” on the border-said in a statement the Agency.

The border between the United States and Canada remains closed to all non-essential travel, but the Americans and foreigners will be able to drive from Alaska, provided that they adhere to certain rules, including using one of the five designated borders: four in British Columbia and Alberta.

The Agency said they must use the most direct route from the entry point to the intended point of exit and report to the nearest Canada border post services when they leave.

Anyone showing signs COVID-19 will not be allowed to enter Canada.

In June, posts in social media saying some Americans were visiting a popular tourist destinations in Canada, for example, Banff national Park, telling the border control personnel, they drove to Alaska.

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