- Anticipated to continue advisory against non-essential global travel, sources state.
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conferred new steps to restrict the spread of the omicron variant during a discussion with the premiers on Tuesday night.
Ottawa might toughen the International travel limitations:
The federal government will declare fresh and expanded travel steps on Wednesday in a proposal to restrict the spread of the omicron coronavirus variant.
Multiple sources informed CBC News and Radio-Canada that the government is anticipated to continue an advisory against non-essential global travel, which had been in position for most of the COVID-19 pandemic but was calmly raised in October.
Sources state much more powerful steps were concerned with premiers and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a Tuesday evening call. The suggested measures had whether to enforce a prohibition on all non-essential foreign travellers into Canada, including from the United States, and stricter quarantine and testing measures for travellers who are allowed into Canada, including returning Canadians and permanent citizens.
But no conclusion was achieved.
Sources state the plan is to restrict down the spread of the virus.
There was also a widespread deal among the premiers and the prime minister on the condition to dramatically boost the speed of third-dose booster shots.