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In bid to slow coronavirus, Canada shuts borders to foreign nationals

Reuters Monday, 16 March 2020
Canada closed its borders to all foreign nationals except U.S. citizens and permanent residents on Monday, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urging people to stay at home to help stem the spread of the new coronavirus.
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