DETROIT, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Crossing the U.S-Canada border is about to get a little easier.

Canadian officials may lift or relax some COVID-19 restrictions for commuters going into the country.

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Initial reports indicate drivers will no longer have to prove their vaccination status at the border by the end of the month.

The requirement to fill out information on the ArriveCan app will be lifted.

More than 40,000 commuters cross the Windsor-Detroit border each day withmore than $323 million worth of goods entering the U.S.