Trudeau says new federal models show COVID-19 progress, but with significant hot spots

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The Prime Minister says rising COVID-19 numbers in the U.S. demonstrate the need for continued vigilance, including keeping physical distances from each other wherever possible

A health care worker perfoms a test at a drive-thru COVID-19 assessment centre, at the Etobicoke General Hospital, in Toronto, on April 21, 2020.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says new federal models show continued progress in suppressing COVID-19, but with significant hotspots.

He says the restrictions Canadians have lived with through the spring have worked to get the novel coronavirus under control.Story continues below advertisementHe says rising COVID-19 numbers in the United States demonstrate the need for continued vigilance north of the border, including keeping physical distances from each other wherever possible.

More details on the federal government’s outlook are to come at mid-day Eastern time, in a news conference with Canada’s top public health officer Dr. Theresa read the day’s essential coronavirus news, features and explainers written by Globe reporters and editors.

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