Further COVID-19 measures announced

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Today Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced plans to extend COVID-19 testing requirements to all non-essential travellers entering Canada via the land border from the United States, and impose new measures requiring air travellers from overseas to be tested upon arrival and quarantine up to three days in an approved hotel while awaiting the test results. Those with negative test results will be able to quarantine for the rest of the mandatory two weeks at home, while those with positive tests will isolate in designated government facilities.  Major airlines have suspended service to all Caribbean destinations and Mexico until April 30 and all international passenger flights must land at only four airports in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Montreal.

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