The U.S. - Canadian Border:Recovering from COVID-19Report of the Wilson Center Task Force onPublic Health and the U.S. - Canadian BorderTHE U.S. -CANADIAN BORDER: RECOVERING FROM COVID-19BThe U.S. -Canadian Border:Recovering from COVID-19Report of the Wilson Center Task Force on Public Health and the U.S.-Canadian BorderTask Force MembersHon. Jean CharestHon. James DouglasHon. Christine GregoireHon. Anne McLellanStaff DirectorChristopher Sands, Ph.D.WOODROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR SCHOLARSWashington, D.C.October 29. 2021The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars was chartered by the US Congress in 1968 asthe living memorial to the nation’s twenty-eighth president. It serves as the country’s key nonpartisan policyforum, tackling global challenges through independent research and open dialogue. Bridging the worlds ofacademia and public policy, the Center’s diverse programmatic activity informs actionable ideas for Congress,the administration, and the broader policy comm...