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Canada was one of the first countries to completely close down its border for anyone who is not a Canadian citizen or foreigner with a valid resident permit. This measure came into effect on March 16 and will be valid until further notice.
People that are still allowed into Canada are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. Anyone violating these rules can be charged with fines up to a million Canadian dollars or imprisonment.
On March 18, Canada closed the border with the United States to all non-essential travel.
Canada announced on March 28 they will prohibit anyone with (mild) symptoms of the coronavirus from entering domestic flights.
GlobalNews.ca reported on April 2 that Montreal will expend its measures to stop the further spreading of the coronavirus in its province.
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Last validated on April 03, 2020:18 March: Canada forbids the entry of anyone who is not a Canadian citizen or holds a valid residency permit. People have to go into a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. Anyone violating this quarantine period will be subject to fines up to a million Canadian dollars or imprisonment.
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