Ontario logs fewer than 500 new COVID-19 cases for first time in 8 months
Business groups are calling on the Canadian and U.S. governments to relax border restrictions for vaccinated travelers this month, increasing pressure on Justin Trudeau to act swiftly.
Chambers of commerce on both sides of the border, along with other groups, want travelers who’ve been fully inoculated against Covid-19 to be able to cross the border without having to show a negative test or undergo a quarantine, a letter to be released Tuesday said. The groups want these changes to take effect on June 22, a day after the pact that limits non-essential travel between the two countries is due for renewal, according to the letter, which was reported first by Bloomberg News.
COVID-19: Quebec reports 150 new cases, third-straight day at under 200