Canada's Oil Heartland Goes Into Lockdown As Covid-19 Infections Surge
Alberta, Canada’s oil heartland, will go on lockdown for at least four weeks beginning this Sunday after a surge in Covid-19 infections that made the province the worst-affected in Canada.
Bloomberg reports that the provincial government will ban all social gatherings, indoors and outdoors alike, close places such as casinos, hair salons, and cinemas, and restrict restaurants and diners to takeout and deliveries. Everyone who can work remotely will have to do so for four weeks.
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Original Article Posted on: Dec 09, 2020