The governments of the United States and Mexico have prohibited border crossings for non-essential purposes. That means we can still get Mexican fruits and vegetables in American grocery stores. But local commerce along the border region has come to a full stop. The World's Jorge Valencia interviews business owners and shoppers on both sides of the border of California and Arizona.
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