Justin Trudeau addressed the public on Friday, January 22, to provide a COVID-19 update to Canada. \nWhile the prime minister didn't issue any formal updates to Canada's travel rules, he did tell everyone to cancel any trips abroad they may have planned and even discouraged domestic travel. \nEditor's Choice: Canadians Will Have To Quarantine In The US After Travelling There By Plane\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nIt’s obvious that we should avoid trips south and out of the country, but remember, across the country, people are being told to stay home.\n\n\nJustin Trudeau \n\n\n"So, if you were thinking of travelling across the country for spring break, now’s not the time," he continued. \nHe said that Canadians need to "hold tight for the next few months" so we can get through to spring and mass vaccinations "in the best shape possible."\nAs spring break approaches, Trudeau says that people should not be travelling for the break, instead, he says "people need to hunker down, stay home, make sure we kill this second wave." \nThe prime minister has continually discouraged non-essential travel for any reason. \nThere is no formal travel ban in place, but Trudeau says this is not the time for trips.