Amid the Coronavirus threat, the United States and Mexico limit border crossings except for traders and workers

The United States and Mexico have agreed to limit travel across the 2,000-mile shared border, allowing traders and workers to continue crossing but limiting most other travelers, including migrants, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

President Trump announced the move from the White House meeting room on Friday, saying that there was a need to slow the spread of Covid-19, the disease caused by the virus, across North America and “reduce global mass migration that would severely impoverish the health- care resources needed by our staff. ”…

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