Canada to drop COVID-19 test requirement for border residents going to U.S. for essential goods

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TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadians crossing into the United States for fuel and other essential supplies will be exempt from having to show a negative COVID-19 test result on their return, as Ottawa seeks to help flood-hit residents in British Columbia, a federal official said on Sunday. While the flood situation in Canada’s westernmost province remains serious, there have been some improvements as water levels drop and roads and highways reopen, Bill Blair, minister of emergency preparedness, told a media conference. But more potentially damaging weather is forecast for the province this week. Bla…

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