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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stated that Canada will not follow the United States in withdrawing federal-regulated public transport masking obligations.

“We continue to evaluate and reassess science based on changes in numbers. But if there is an announcement, we will announce it, but it is always science-based, “Trudeau said on April 19.Hile is announcing funding at New Brunswick.

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Trudeau said Canadians must balance returning to “what they love” Ensuring safety Another wave of virus.

“And the best way to do that is to rely on what science is telling us, what experts are telling us, and make sure we are moving forward in the right way. “He said.

On April 18, a federal judge invalidated the mask mandate of planes, trains, and other mass public transport systems imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizell said the CDC rules violated administrative law and exceeded statutory authority by regulating them because they did not give proper notice before imposing a mandate in February 2021. Traveler In the United States.

Minister of Transport Omar Algabra While making an announcement in Calgary on April 18, he did not comment on the ruling, but he said Musk’s mission remained valid as the government continued to assess the situation.

Algabra The government’s decision “is based on advice and data received from experts and doctors, and it has been proven that masks prevent or reduce the transmission of the COVID virus.”

“That said, these measures, as we say, are constantly being evaluated on the basis of evolving and evolving science. So far, there are no changes to the regulations. “

The Biden administration has not yet indicated whether to appeal the decision because the CDC needs to be considered in advance.

“The Justice Department and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) do not agree with the district court’s decision and will appeal, subject to the CDC’s conclusion that orders continue to be needed for public health,” April 19th. The Justice Department’s statement said.

Many public health restrictions have been lifted in the last few months in Canadian provinces and territories, but Ottawa has scoped to include vaccination requirements for air and rail travel and federally regulated workplaces. We have not abolished any of the measures in.

Noe Chartier


Noé Charter is a Montreal-based Epoch Times reporter.