In an offer to battle the coronavirus pandemic, Canada has closed its outskirts to all nations aside from the United States of America (USA).
This was reported by the nation’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, on Monday.
Trudeau, whose spouse tried positive to the infection, in any case, rejected changeless residents, ambassadors and close relatives of Canadians from the boycott.
“We will deny passage to Canada to individuals who are not Canadian residents or changeless occupants.
“This measure will cut out some assigned special cases, including for air teams, negotiators, close relatives of Canadian residents and, right now, US residents,” he told correspondents.
There are around 323 affirmed cases presently in Canada.