Trudeau: “Now is not the time to travel; Stay home “
After the Premier of Quebec and Ontario, it is Canada’s turn to strongly advise Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to travel south, while the second wave of coronaviruses is tougher than ever.
Stay with family, think about health staff, not travel and if you had considered it, reconsider your plans, the Canadian Prime Minister launched in Ottawa on Wednesday, during a press conference.
When a reporter was asked whether he would be ready to ban travel south by decree or otherwise, Mr. Trudeau did not directly answer the question. But he said he considered the current measures adequate, which he described as harsh.
He said those returning from overseas travel were required to follow “mandatory” quarantine under penalty of “severe punishment”. And, according to him, the remedy has proved “extremely effective” since the onset of the epidemic.
He also said that the border services properly informed those returning from their trip and were “regular follow-ups” from local authorities. / Leah Levesque, The Canadian Press
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