Two new cases of coronavirus mutation reported in Canada

Canada has reported two new cases. Two confirmed cases are couples from the Durham region of Ontario, whose travel history, exposure, or high-risk contact is unknown.

“This makes it even more necessary for the Ontario government to stay home as much as possible and follow all public health advice, including state-wide closures starting today,” the Ontario government said Saturday night.

Similarly, the Public Health Agency of Canada has followed public health measures and contacted others to reduce the transmission of the virus and its variants in the community, as the two identified cases did not move outside Canada. He said it was important to limit.

“Canada has identified two cases of the first highly infectious variant of coronavirus detected in the United Kingdom.”

In response to concerns about the Covid-19 variant, the Government of Canada has banned all flights arriving from the United Kingdom on December 20, 2021 until January 6, 2021.

Source: IANS

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