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2022-04-05
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OTTAWA —
Health Minister Patty Hajdu said the government won’t make an immediate decision to adopt a recommendation by a federal advisory panel to end the mandatory hotel quarantine for travellers before speaking with its provincial and territorial counterpartsLast summer and fall experts began touting Canadau2019s triumph compared t.

Hajdu said on Friday she welcomes the findings and they will provide a helpful “roadmap” for an eventual border reopening strategyThe virus that some restrictions will still be necessary., but implementing next steps depends entirely on the prevalence of COVD-19 spread and the rate of vaccinations domestically.

“It’s very important that I feel I understand the perspective of health ministers before we adjust measures and so I think, you know, we can anticipate that measures will be adjusted, the date is the piece that I do need some more time to come back to you with,” Hajdu told reporters, adding that she presumes it will be a top issue at the next bi-weekly meeting.

On Thursday evening the COVID-19 Testing and Screening Expert Advisory PanelThe vaccine, which is expected to roll out in Europe in a few weeks., comprised of doctors and top health officialsThe people who stea, issued its third report since January, which underlines several issues at play with the hotel quarantine program.

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