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Canada border towns 'petrified' by prospect of looser U.S. coronavirus measures

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020
Canadian towns along the country's U.S. border fear they will be harmed if the United States eases measures aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus, with some making contingency plans and others appealing to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to intervene.
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