Trump's impatience with coronavirus measures continues to escalate
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is braced for the possibility that the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States could get significantly worse, but he says the current travel restrictions at the border will suffice, for now.
And Trudeau says that regardless of whether the U.S. decides to ease off on public health measures in order to jump-start its flagging economy, Canada will continue to base its decisions on science and keeping people safe and healthy.
President Donald Trump has been growing more impatient by the day with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and wants Americans to get back to work.
He insists it's possible for them to take prudent, responsible steps such as social distancing at the same time.
Public health experts, however, say work and school closures and stay-at-home measures remain critical weapons in the fight to limit the spread of illness.
The World Health Organization has warned that the pandemic is accelerating, with 100,000 new cases around the world in just the last four days, and the growth curve in the U.S. remains steep.