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The Canadian government said Tuesday its border limits were effective, as travel restrictions on the US were extended.
Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister, defended Ottawa’s experiments, but warned that sanctions could be imposed on incoming flights from other countries, such as India.
The ban on unnecessary travel between the US and Canada was extended until May 21, when Canadian states see travel restrictions to prevent Covid-19 surge, including new strains of the disease.
“As crime rises and tensions continue across the country, we will continue to do what it takes – as long as it does – to keep Canadians safe,” Canadian defense minister Bill Blair said on Tuesday.
A senior Canadian doctor said more than 66,000 “various cases” have been reported across Canada. Most are versions B.1.1.7 that first appeared in the UK.
“This represents the tip of the iceberg, as there are thousands of cases of Covid-19 that have been shown to be problem-solving,” said Theresa Tam, public health chief Tuesday.
Since the epidemic, there have been 1,131,773 cases of Covid-19, including 88,327 cases, and 23,667 deaths in the country.
Canada has enacted laws for migrants seeking to be tested on the Covid-19 and living alone.
In February, the Trudeau government announced that pilots arriving in Canada would be tested for Covid-19 and then have to stay in a three-day hotel, on their own, pending the outcome. This is a combination of pre-screening coronavirus infection tests.
Health Canada, the federal agency, says about 1% of air travelers are tested for HIV.
The agency said 117 planes had arrived at the Canadian airport where one passenger had tested, 20 had arrived from the US. Another 24 were from Europe, while 29 were from Delhi.
British Columbia is imposing restrictions on travel in the region to ensure the only proper travel between the five regions of the region. “We are in trouble,” said John Horgan, the country’s prime minister.
Individually, Manitoba drivers driving to the US are now able to get a jab near North Dakota.
This alliance, which is believed to be the first cross-border vaccination agreement, will eventually be expanded to include other key workers such as health workers.
“The US has more vaccines and Canada has fewer vaccines,” said Doug Burgum, North Dakota’s ambassador. “We want to do our part to help the important Canadian workers who travel to our area.”