Border Policy Brief
Border Security, Comparative Analyses, Economic Relationships, Government, Transportation
The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic marks a pivotal moment for border operations and policy. Governments and private industry around the world are trying to develop and implement screening protocols to protect travelers and limit the spread of the virus. This Border Policy Brief explores efforts
to incorporate public health concerns into approaches to ease the border restrictions between the U.S. and Canada. The brief outlines key guiding principles, as well as specific pilot projects that have the potential to advance safe and healthy cross-border mobility.
Border Policy Research Institute, Western Washington University, "A Border Policy Framework for Safe Travel Between Canada and the U.S." (2020). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 125.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
COVID-19 (Disease)--United States--Management; COVID-19 (Disease)--Canada--Management; Epidemics--United States--Management; Epidemics--Canada--Management; Border security--United States; Border security--Canada; Travel restrictions--Health aspects--United States; Travel restrictions--Heath aspects--Canada
United States; Canada
periodicals; technical reports
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