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“Happy to see you again”: U.S. reopens land borders with Mexico to vaccinated travelers after 19 months

The ports of entry were closed in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Mexican nationals will need to present proof of vaccination to enter the U.S.

Susana Garcia, left, embraces her sister, Martha Garcia, near the Paso del Norte International Port of Entry after not seein…
Customs and Border Protection agents check documents on the Paso Del Norte International Bridge in El Paso after the United …
A man shows his Mexico-issued vaccination card as he waits at the top of the Paso del Norte International Bridge to cross in…
People wait in line on the Paso del Norte International Bridge to enter El Paso, Texas from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico after the …
Kim Indock, owner of J.K. Tennis, said she’s had more business since the border reopened earlier in the day on Nov. 8, 2021.
Visitors from Matamoros take advantage of the border reopening to visit their favorite stores in Brownsville after the Unite…
Pedestrians walk through downtown and enter shops and restaurants in Brownsville on Nov. 8, 2021. The U.S. Department of Hom…

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