Physical distancing, with a side of fashion. Justin Trudeau's nurses' visit was complete with him looking physical distancing chic. The Prime Minister spoke with them about the struggles they're facing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Ottawa on May 14, Trudeau met with members of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario as part of National Nursing Week.

He posted a photo on Instagram of himself with the nurses, keeping the appropriate physical distancing length and wearing chic looking masks.

"I met with some of the many nurses who are going above and beyond to keep the rest of us safe and healthy," he said in the caption.

During his hang out with the nurses, they told him the challenges they're facing right now during this pandemic.

"We talked about what more we can do to help make sure they have the support they need," he said.

Trudeau noted that they couldn't stand too close or shake hands.

On behalf of all Canadians, he thanked the nurses for the "remarkable" work they're doing.

For the meeting, Trudeau was looking casual and professional at the same time, with fancy dress shoes, the sleeves of his dress shirt rolled up to his elbows and a mask covering his face.

Adam Scotti, the Prime Minister's photographer, also posted some great shots on Twitter of Trudeau during the meeting with the nurses.

There's one of Trudeau putting on his mask and his isolation hair is incredible.

If you look closely you can see that the face covering is from the Canadian brand ethica, which is locally designed, made, and decorated in Lac-Drolet, Quebec.

Another shot is of him leaning against a cubicle wall while one of the nurses talks to him.

Trudeau wearing a made-in-Canada face mask isn't the first time he's shown love to businesses from the true north.

He recently asked everybody to "buy Canadian" cheese and lobster, in a show of support to people in the agriculture industry that have been impacted by COVID-19.

Trudeau has also been the subject of some Canadian made products recently.

A Canadian is actually selling face masks with "moistly" on them, as a play on Trudeau's "speaking moistly" comment that took the nation by storm.

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