(CBS DETROIT) – Canadian travelers hoping to visit the U.S. will have to wait even longer.

The Department of Homeland Security says it’s extending border restrictions with Canada and Mexico for all non-essential travel until Sept. 21st.

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Americans can still visit Canada, which opened its borders to u-s visitors earlier this month.

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The Ambassador Bridge previously announced it will continue to waive toll fees for those traveling to Canada to help reunite loved ones.

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