Justin Trudeau announces lockdown all over Canada
Justin Trudeau announces lockdown all over Canada! Canada’s borders and aviation routes will be closed after March 18, the decision was made after the Coronavirus outbreak in all 10 provinces of the country and 313 confirmed cases were reported. According to details, Canadian Prime Minister Justice Trudeau has announced a complete lockdown of his country.
In a message issued on Monday, the Canadian Prime Minister said that no non-Canadian citizen will be able to enter the country since March 18. Canadian nationals abroad are advised to return home by March 18. Only Canadian citizens will be allowed to enter the country after March 18, however, no one will be allowed outside Canada after March 18.
Affected by the Coronavirus, according to a foreign news agency
On the other hand, the Canadian cities of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are among the most affected by the Coronavirus, according to a foreign news agency. In all of this, the Canadian government has directed that every citizen of Canada take stringent measures to protect against the virus, including limited travel, separation from others for 14 days after returning from overseas travel. In the coming weeks, work in crowded places, avoiding social events, and employers work at home.
Reported that more cases in Canada are related to travel
It has been reported that more cases in Canada are related to travel but that can be changed immediately. Canada’s chief public health officer said preventing the spread of the Coronavirus is important for every country, but countries that have imposed travel restrictions are not capable of preventing the virus, even in the countries most affected. They have imposed the most travel and border restrictions.
Justin Trudeau confirmed the Coronavirus to his wife
After Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed the Coronavirus to his wife, he pointed to closing the border in interviews with his family and himself at home in the capital, Ottawa. Now they have announced a complete lockdown of Canada.