Toronto: Ontario and Quebec provinces in Canada have announced new measures to combat Covid-19. The decision was taken as daily cases surged sharply in the country.
Quebec, Canada’s second-most populous province has banned private gatherings and dining out. The provincial government also imposed a night curfew from New Year’s Eve. The government also ordered to close all indoor sports venues and places of worship. Only 25 people will be allowed to attend funerals.
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Ontario, Canada’s largest province has reduced the isolation period for vaccinated individuals with Covid-19 to five days. Schools, which were expected to reopen on Monday after a winter break, will stay shut for two additional days.
Provinces across Canada have been reporting new daily Covid-19 cases. On Thursday, Quebec reported 14,188 new coronavirus cases, while Ontario reported 13,807 cases.
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