U.S. and Canada agree to close border to ‘nonessential traffic,’ Trump says

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump reported Wednesday that the U.S. furthermore, Canada had consented to close their fringe to all “trivial traffic” as a result of the spread of the coronavirus.

Trump showed in his declaration on Twitter that it won’t influence exchange between the two nations however didn’t offer any extra subtleties.

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“We will be, by common assent, incidentally shutting our Northern Border with Canada to unnecessary traffic. Exchange won’t be influenced. Subtleties to follow!” Trump tweeted.

The president has not shut the fringe with Mexico.

Trump reported a week ago that the U.S. would ban outside voyagers from Europe for the following 30 days. A couple of days after the fact, the organization declared that the movement limitations would be stretched out to outsiders going from the United Kingdom and Ireland also.

Trump reported before Wednesday that he intends to hold a news gathering Wednesday on an advancement in regards to the FDA and the coronavirus.

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