Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s tone hardened Monday as he warned Canadians ignoring COVID-19 mitigation measures that “enough is enough.”
Trudeau said across the country, people need to realize that ignoring social and physical distancing protocols is putting others at risk, from the elderly to the essential workers.
Enough is enough. Go home and stay home,” Trudeau said.
This is what we all need to be doing and we’re going to make sure it happens.” xx How exactly the federal government will or could make sure it happens .
The Ontario and Quebec governments have announced the near-complete shutdown of their provinces’ economies in a bid to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced plans on Monday for non-essential businesses to close across the province but said food, medicine and “essential products” would remain available.
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