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The U.S.-Canadian border is set to reopen after a 16-month closure, meaning fully vaccinated Canadians will no longer have to quarantine after traveling from the U.S. NBC News’ Shaq Brewster explains how the closure impacted Americans living near the border and what restrictions are still in place.