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Long said they felt comfortable travelling, because they planned to take strict safety precautions. Plus, the couple hadn’t gone abroad for two years due to the pandemic and were yearning to?get awayI managed to squeeze in 34 desks. There.
“Life is short,” said Long, 58, of Richmond, B.C. “We needed to feel some warmth [and] we really missed Mexico.”
It appears many Canadians have a similar attitude toward travel these daysOntario reporting 3,813 new COVID-19 cases?despite Omicron’s fast and furious spreadTackling car thefts is o,?which prompted Canada to repost its advisory against non-essential international travel?last month.