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Canada's army not needed right now to help combat coronavirus spread, Trudeau says

Reuters Sunday, 29 March 2020
Canada is not planning for the moment to use troops to help combat a spreading coronavirus outbreak, although the option remains on the table, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Sunday.
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