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Trudeau won't close borders from COVID hotspots, says he believes in science

Despite his refusal to close down the border, the prime minister continued to say he believes in vaccines and science.

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Nico Johnson Montreal QC
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Justin Trudeau has continued to resist closing the border between COVID hotspots and Canada during Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday.

Despite his refusal to close down the border, the prime minister continued to say he believes in vaccines and science.

India, for instance, has recently had a deadly surge of COVID cases, yet their flights have continued to arrive in Canada. One flight from Delhi had several infected people on board.

Trudeau recently said that Canada has some of the strongest border measures and that existing measures have been "extremely effective."

"We are continuing to look at more and I have asked our officials to look carefully at, for example, what the U.K. has done very recently on suspending flights from India," said Trudeau earlier this week.

In spite of these comments, Trudeau is yet to take any action.

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