Canada to ban travel to the United States until coronaviruses are under control

Canada will ban travel from the United Kingdom until coronoviruses can be controlled, the country’s top health official said Friday.

The U.K. is the only country in the world that has not yet fully banned travel from Britain and France to the U.S., where the coronavirochymosis pandemic has killed at least 14 people and sickened more than 20,000.

Canada will announce its new travel restrictions at the beginning of next week, with a deadline of March 10, the federal minister of health said.

It will take effect April 15.

“We are going to have a very strong message out there,” Health Minister Jane Philpott told a news conference in Ottawa.

“We are doing what we can to make sure that people have confidence in the safety and security of their travels.”

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K. has had a relatively good relationship with the U, and the two countries have agreed to a series of health measures in recent weeks.

The U. K. government says it has received a small number of cases in the U and some of those have been traced to people in the UK.

But the U has yet to formally notify Canada of a suspected case.

Canada and the U have also agreed to limit travel to countries where there is evidence of a potential link between a person and a suspected coronaviral.

Health officials have been cautious about linking a coronavillosis case to the outbreak.

The government says that coronaviremia is unlikely to be linked to travel from countries where people have traveled to the Middle East and Africa, or from the U to the UK, where coronavarrel levels are high.

The travel ban comes as the coronivirus pandemic is taking its toll on the U., with the death toll climbing to more than 30,000 in the last three weeks, with the disease spreading to about 80% of people in most of the countries with the highest incidence.

In addition to the coronovirus, many people in Canada are infected with other strains of the virus that have spread through air travel.

The U and France have suspended travel, as have the U’s largest airlines, and airlines in some European countries have begun to restrict passengers’ access to some flights.

In the U.’s case, the Us National Health Service said Friday that it had notified the U of a possible case.

The announcement came after an international team of scientists from the WHO and the World Health Organization met with Canadian Health Minister Connie Hedegaard on Friday to discuss how to respond to the spread of the pandemic.

Canada has announced a $1.6 billion fund to provide emergency assistance to the affected countries, with an additional $1 billion in the first three months of the year.