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Trudeau cabinet meets to discuss rebuilding amid rising number of COVID-19 cases

WorldNews Monday, 14 September 2020
Trudeau cabinet meets to discuss rebuilding amid rising number of COVID-19 casesOTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will convene his cabinet ministers for two days of closed-door meetings starting Monday as a rising number of new COVID-19 cases threatens to pull the Liberals’ attention from long-term rebuilding to surviving a second wave. The past several weeks have seen a resurgence in COVID-19 across Canada, with the trendlines increasing after a summer lull, sparking reminders from the country’s top public health officer for Canadians not to let their guards down as colder temperatues come. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or tap here to see other videos from our team. “Our challenge now is to guard against...
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News video: COVID: Dy CM Ajit Pawar holds review meeting with Pune's district officials

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Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar held review meeting with District Administration officials of Pune over COVID-19 situation on September 11. The total cases in Pune risen to 2,06,290. Number of active cases mounts to 69,456.

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