Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is cracking down on cross-country travel by enforcing new regulations on domestic travel. As Abigail Bimman reports, while Trudeau stated Canadians’ efforts are aiding to curb the spread, more still needs to be done.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Johnson reports on the stupefying statistics that unveil one person is dying every 17 minutes in New York, as the U.S. scrambles to source medical supplies to slow the spread of the pandemic.
Europe has passed two grim COVID-19 milestones, after the continent reported twenty thousand deaths linked to the virus, one-half of which happened in Italy. As Redmond Shannon clarifies, while a few nations already have enforced lockdowns, these measures are considered likely to become even more severe.
The Bank of Canada dropped its key lending rate in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a national drop in home mortgage rates. As Robin Gill reports, the pandemic is forcing realtors to adapt to cooling revenue in just recently hot markets.
As the world reacts to the COVID-19 pandemic, folks around the globe are adjusting to the stringent social distancing measures enforced, which includes self-isolation. Reggie Cecchini looks at how folks are passing the time.