Covid19 North America 

International air travel to Canada now 90 per cent less than before coronavirus: border service

OTTAWA — Canada’s new testing and quarantine rules for international air travellers appear to have convinced even more Canadians to stay put in recent weeks. Most Canadians had been heeding the government’s plea not to travel outside the country, with or without the new restrictions. Weekly statistics provided by the Canada Border Services Agency show international air travel during the pandemic is less than a 10th what it was before COVID-19. The data show there was a small increase in international air travel after Christmas, with almost 170,000 people arriving…

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Australasia Covid19 Information Services 

New Zealand: Auckland to go into seven-day Covid lockdown

in US Breaking News 18 mins ago 0 20 Views New Zealand’s top minister, Jacinda Ardern, has mentioned the rustic’s greatest town, Auckland, will likely be put right into a seven-day lockdown from Sunday after a coronavirus group case of unknown foundation was once recorded. The remainder of New Zealand will likely be put into stage 2 restrictions that restrict public gatherings, amongst others, she instructed a information convention. In mid-February, Auckland’s just about 2 million citizens have been plunged right into a snap three-day lockdown after a circle of…

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Covid19 North America 

U.S. admits first group of asylum-seekers as Biden rolls back Remain-in-Mexico policy

As part of its efforts to wind down a Trump-era policy that kept tens of thousands of asylum-seekers outside U.S. territory, the Biden administration on Friday admitted the first group of migrants who had been previously required to wait in Mexico for their immigration court hearings. U.S. border officials processed 25 Latin American asylum-seekers at the San Ysidro port of entry in southern California and allowed them to stay in the country for the duration of their proceedings. The Jewish Family Service of San Diego received the asylum applicants, who…

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Covid19 North America 

Graham warns Biden immigration policies will lead to ‘caravan after caravan’ at US-Mexico border

Senate Judiciary Committee member breaks down the consequences of the president’s amnesty agenda on ‘Hannity’ The Biden administration halting near-completed sections of the border wall is the latest example of policies that will lead to “caravan after caravan” crossing the Southern border, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told “Hannity” Monday. Graham told host Sean Hannity he recently traveled to the Arizona/Mexico border “open-minded” and returned “really worried for our country.” “All of the people remaining in Mexico waiting for their date for asylum claims are being brought back to the United States and released in the United States,” Graham…

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Oil and Gas 

GNMTC enhances fleet with two oil tankers

@Lyobserver This is so beautiful 2 hours 13 min ago Speaker of Tobruk-based House of Representatives Aqailah Saleh calls MPs for a parliament session in Sirte – if 5+5… https://t.co/XO6c1S7yt3 3 hours 10 min ago @Lyobserver Don’t provoke me . 3 hours 15 min ago HNEC, CRA discuss strengthening cooperation in preparation for elections https://t.co/9hGSkIabbq 5 hours 11 min ago @Lyobserver He still uses US passport . pic ⬇️ shows his friends https://t.co/p6abyTMXD6 5 hours 27 min ago The Ministry of Justice has held a celebration to honour a group…

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