Trudeau and Trump to discuss regarding export ban

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and President of The United States of America is going to talk about the export ban. It is among the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 causes moderate symptoms for maximum people. For older and senior citizens who already have a medical history can harm or severely affect as it creates a problem in breathing.

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Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, said we would not bring any punitive measure against the United States of America after the Trump officials made a statement regarding denial of exporting of face mask (N95).

Justin Trudeau said he would discuss this concern with President Trump in upcoming days. Trudeau officials are in conversation with Trump administration.

Trudeau will talk with Trump and tell him that both the nations are interlinked in many ways. Cutting of supply chains will impact both the countries. Canadian Prime Minister said Canada ships corona testing kits and gloves to the U.S. Even raw materials used in the manufacturing of N95 face masks originally comes from Canada.

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