Canada says no to kiss and hug amid COVID-19

Say no to kisses and hugging, says Canada in order to prevent the high growing spread of COVID-19.

Worldwide News: Canada’s government announced to avoid kissing and hugging in social gatherings in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the country as she has confirmed 157 cases of the COVID-19, most of which have been found in the provinces of Ontario and British Columbia, she said.

“Social distancing is an important contribution that everyone can make to our control efforts,” said Theresa Tam, the country’s chief public health officer. “This means avoiding crowded places and non-essential gatherings, considering shopping or taking public transport in off-peak hours and greeting one another with a wave or elbow instead of a handshake, kiss or hug.”

Canada so far has conducted more than 15,000 tests and has confirmed157 cases tested positive of the virus, most of which have been found in the provinces of Ontario and British Columbia, she said

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