Canada and the United States have agreed to restrict non-essential travel across the border as both countries try to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. The border is to remain open for commercial traffic. European Union leaders agreed on Tuesday, March 17 to close Europe's borders for 30 days to prevent the spread of coronavirus but establish fast-track lanes at their countries' frontiers to keep goods moving, bloc leaders said after a video-conference summit. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told a news conference that it would be up to European countries to implement the closure of their borders to citizens from third countries. Many U.S. states, large U.S. cities and Canadian provinces are implementing quarantines, curfews and assembly bans. Quick/Sterling is closely monitoring the situation, and we are still operating within these areas.