Wednesday, May 29, 2024

How the spread of the coronavirus is affecting travel plans

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During March Break, Pearson airport is packed with travellers eagerly waiting to board their flights to exotic destinations. But with the spread of the coronavirus outside Chinese borders, the government was asked today, “Should Canadians stay home?”

Phil Perkins has the details

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