As Ontario calls for stricter border measures, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintains that travel-related COVID-19 cases in Canada are "extremely low."
In a press conference, the PM responded to Ontario's call for international students to be banned from entering Canada, saying that current measures are already working but he would continue working with the provinces.
"We know that importation through the borders is extremely low in terms of cases in the country," Trudeau said. "It's not zero, but we also know that at the border there are a series of tests, there is a mandatory enforced two-week quarantine that has been effective in controlling the importation of cases and making them not the primary vector for new cases in this country."
According to detailed reports provided for over 1.1 million cases of COVID-19 in Canada, only 0.8% of them are related to travel outside of the country and 0.7% are from contact with a traveller.
Nonetheless, Trudeau said he would be happy to continue discussing stronger measures moving forward.
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On Saturday night, Elon Musk's SNL monologue featured jokes about his own Twitter account, his son's unusual name and even included an appearance from his mom!
Taking to the Saturday Night Live stage on May 8, the Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder opened his monologue by mocking his own monotonal voice, before going on to reference some of the tweets that have landed him in hot water.
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"Look I know I sometimes say or post strange things, but that's just how my brain works," he said.
In a message to those he may have offended, Musk added, "I just want to say, I reinvented electric cars and I'm sending people to Mars in a rocket ship … Did you think I was also going to be a chill, normal dude?!"
"He was there when Barack and I needed a break, sauntering into one of our offices like he owned the place, a ball clamped firmly in his teeth," she wrote. "He was there when we flew on Air Force One, when tens of thousands flocked to the South Lawn for the Easter Egg Roll, and when the Pope came to visit."
"I will always be grateful that Bo and the girls got to spend so much time together at the end," wrote Michelle, before urging people around the world to "hug the furry members of your family a little closer tonight—and give them a belly rub from us."