Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his country’s border with the US would not fully reopen for at least several weeks.
“We are having ongoing discussions on border issues, on supply chains with the United States all the time,” Trudeau told reporters at a briefing Thursday, Agence France-Presse reported.
He also urged that domestic lockdown restrictions be coordinated on a national level.
As talk grows that some provinces could reopen earlier than others, Trudeau urges national coordination https://t.co/1RfNnytJHn
— National Post (@nationalpost) April 17, 2020
Peru confirm almost 1,000 new cases in past 24 hours
The Peruvian government confirmed 998 new positive coronavirus casesin the South American nation with the death toll standing currently at 26.
The total infected cases now stands at 13,489.
Decontamination showers have been installed in Lima, Peru, to help police officers stop the spears of the coronavirus pic.twitter.com/YM0K6YxAtI
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) April 15, 2020
Swedish football league to start in June
The Swedish FA stated on Friday that it hoped the domestic league could start on 14 June as leagues across the continent look at potential start dates to resume activity.