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Premiers press Trudeau on idea of vaccine mandates, COVID-19 pill approval

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has held a call with Canada’s premiers, and the Omicron surge was at the top of the agenda. From warnings of vaccine mandates, to pressure over approving COVID-19 antiviral pills, David Akin explains what was discussed, and what it means for Canadians.

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