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Nunavut imposes ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown amid COVID-19 spike

Nunavut imposes ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown amid COVID-19 spike

Nunavut has ordered an instantaneous “circuit-breaker” lockdown over rising COVID-19 circumstances in numerous communities.

The federal government says all indoor gatherings are banned and all non-essential companies are to shut.

Libraries, gyms, arenas and church buildings should additionally shut.

Guests are not allowed in long-term care properties and elders’ services.

The territory is reporting 5 new energetic infections in a number of communities and chief public well being officer Dr. Michael Patterson says the unfold must be restricted instantly.

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