While theland closure for non-essential continues, patience is wearing thin for some fully-vaccinated who reside in their all year round, a report said.
This is because if the. side of the is still for the rest of the month, the could be paying hefty sums to to the . and transport their .
“It’s ridiculous,” said Laura Fordham, who lives in anwith Fred, her spouse.
“It just does not make sense why they would let people fly but not let people drive.”
Thehas extended its closure of the land to at least October 21. If the deadline is extended until November, Fordham stated that they would be paying about $700 for a commercial driver to move their vehicle across the .
Whilecannot traverse the land , there are no limitations on importing their vehicles to the .
Fordham is skeptical of the logic of the rules in place today. Therules state that can fly into and the . but not drive. Fordham believes that using an is a safer method to cross the rather than passing in the event of an outbreak.
“If we have our motor home, we’re just the two of,” she said. “You’re not in crowds.”
Based on theAssociation, more than one million to the south in an average year, and they in their cars.
If the closure of thepersists, many are likely to stay in their homes. This poses a challenge for those who need to endure the winter inside their vehicle or find a temporary home.
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