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View Don Davies Profile
NDP (BC)
Thank you.
We all know that the World Health Organization just recently declared a “public health emergency of international concern”. They were pretty explicit that one chief reason for that declaration was that they are not confident that other nations have the necessary resources to adequately deal with the coronavirus.
I'm wondering how Canada has responded to that. So far, we've been focused on people coming from Hubei province. Now, with the possibility that this virus is going to other countries that may not have the same vigilance—and I think there's been quite a consensus that China has done a very good job of containing this—how do we respond to passengers who are perhaps coming from countries that may not have the same rigorous standards to deal with this? How has that affected our border entry controls and how we might be dealing with that?
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