You can’t go to many theme parks, you can’t go to Europe, and now the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is extending its restrictions on non-essential travel to Mexico.
The Department said in a press statement:
“This extension protects Americans while keeping essential trade and travel flowing as we reopen the American economy.”
We might have to respectfully disagree. Protecting Americans includes keeping us sane, and locking us in sort of makes us crazy. The statement by the department didn’t suggest an end date, which is not encouraging.
The statement did include Canada, but there wasn’t a catchy way to say, “No more maple syrup.” Although Montreal, Quebec, and Vancouver in the summer are pretty awesome. Maybe next year.