Canada has closed its borders to all foreign citizens, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced at a press conference, Monday.

As well, if someone has symptoms, they will not be allowed into the country, he said.

“Anyone who has symptoms will not be able to come to Canada,” Trudeau said.

Exceptions will be made for air diplomats, immediate family members and U.S. citizens.

And all international flights will be funneled to four airports in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, said Trudeau. The airports are Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.

Trudeau also had a message for

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