(CBS DETROIT) – Michiganders could soon see more Canadian tourists as border restrictions ease up.

The Biden administration lifting its North American travel restrictions at the Canadian and Mexican borders in early November.

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The ban has been in place since March of 2020.

Travelers will need to show proof of vaccination.

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Gov. Whitmer is responding to the border reopening saying, “The relationship between Michigan and Canada is one built on trade, travel, and friendship.”

She says she is grateful for the Michigan-Canada border reopening because it means Michigan’s economy will likely prosper.

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