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Canada will require all immigration personnel to provide a negative coronavirus test.

Canada will require all immigration personnel to provide a negative coronavirus test.

This is the refrigeration equipment used to store coronavirus vaccines in the factory of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals in Michigan. This vaccine needs to be kept at minus 70 degrees Celsius. Xinhuanet Picture

Dominic LeBlanc, the Minister of Inter-Federal Affairs of Canada, announced in Ottawa on December 30 local time that the federal government will soon introduce measures requiring all passengers entering Canada on flights to be tested for nucleic acid before boarding, and provide a negative coronavirus test within 72 hours.

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