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Ottawa consulting on stricter border measures, won’t stop flights from India

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is indicating the federal government is looking at additional COVID-19 measures to protect international borders but won’t stop flights into Canada from India.In an interview with Global News Wednesday, Trudeau said community spread continues to be the main concern and not international travel.“We are looking at a range of potential measures either targeting certain areas of types of travellers.

We are going to be working with experts and authorities across the country to ensure what we are doing is grounded in science and will keep people safe,” Trudeau said.“There is no question, continuing our measures at the border and perhaps enhancing them will be important.”British Columbia has now reported 39 cases of

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is indicating the federal government is looking at additional COVID-19 measures to protect international borders but won’t stop flights into Canada from India.In an interview with Global News Wednesday, Trudeau said community spread continues to be the main concern and not international travel.“We are looking at a range of potential measures either targeting certain areas of types of travellers.
Following concerns raised by provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry about travellers returning to Canada not staying in isolation during their 14-day quarantine, Global News reporter Richard Zussman asks Prime Minister Justin Trudeau if his government will provide additional support for enforcement.

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