Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Coronavirus: Manitoba imposes 14-day quarantine as new COVID-19 variant cases surface in Canada


The Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic continues. Manitoba has imposed a 14-day quarantine as new COVID-19 variant cases surface in Canada.

Manitoba is certainly imposing a mandatory 14-day quarantine for anyone who enters the province, as anxiety grows over the more contagious Coronavirus COVID-19 variants. 

As Mike Le Couteur reports, pressure is mounting on the federal government to tighten up Canada's border.

The new, more contagious COVID-19 variants are surfacing in many provinces across Canada, with multiple cases found at just 1 long-term care home in Ontario. Some of the cases are also found to have no really clear links to travel are found. 

As Eric Sorensen explains, researchers fear the variants could get out of control, unfortunately, in the country.

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