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总理特鲁多召集紧急事件反应小组 商议加拿大应对新冠病毒的最新情况

总理特鲁多召集紧急事件反应小组,商议加拿大应对新冠病毒的最新情况

Prime Minister Trudeau convenes the Incident Response Group for an update on Canada’s response to the coronavirus

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 贾斯廷·特鲁多(Justin Trudeau)总理召集了紧急事件反应小组会议,讨论加拿大政府应对新型冠状病毒问题的最新进程,包括保护国内国外加拿大人健康与安全方面的工作。副总理方慧兰(Chrystia Freeland)、卫生部长海杜(Patty Hajdu)、交通运输部长加尔诺(Marc Garneau)、公共安全及应急准备部部长布莱尔(Bill Blair),以及移民、难民及公民部长马可·门迪奇诺(Marco Mendicino)参与了会议。

 会议中,总理了解了在加拿大和国际上病例的最新消息。加拿大的联邦部长和官员与国际伙伴保持着紧密联系,包括各个G7国家的卫生部长。该小组特别讨论了预防和限制该病毒传播进加拿大境内的卫生与安全措施。

 总理还听取了从中国武汉撤离加拿大国民行动的最新情况汇报。该小组讨论了加拿大第二架包机从武汉成功抵达安大略省特伦顿市(TrentonOntario)的加拿大军事基地的情况,以及为了有效支持抵达的加拿大人,与各省合作所采取的措施。加拿大政府继续与地方、省和地区的卫生部门合作,致力于保护所有加拿大人的健康和安全。该病毒为加拿大人造成的风险仍然处于低级别。

该小组强调了对被困在日本海岸一艘游轮上的加拿大人的支持,以及政府继续为加拿大人提供领事支援。该小组重申,加拿大人应继续遵守所有官方旅行建议,并避免恐慌、污名化和种族主义的蔓延。

该小组还讨论了世界卫生组织(WHO)向各方捐款的呼吁。对此,加拿大已通过捐款200万加元的方式回应,以帮较脆弱的国家为冠状病毒的预防和应对做准备。在过去一周中,加拿大向中方提供了16吨个人防护物资,以支持对疫情的持续应对。


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Prime Minister Trudeau convenes the Incident Response Group for an update on Canada’s response to the coronavirus

February 11, 2020
Ottawa, Ontario

Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau convened the Incident Response Group to discuss progress on the Government of Canada’s response to the novel coronavirus, including efforts to protect the health and safety of Canadians both at home and abroad. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Health Patty Hajdu, Minister of Transport Marc Garneau, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Bill Blair, and Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Marco Mendicino also participated.

The Prime Minister received an update on cases of the virus in Canada and internationally. Ministers and officials remain in close contact with our international partners, including the G7 Health Ministers. The group discussed health and safety measures taken to prevent and limit the spread of the virus into Canada.

The Prime Minister also received an update on actions taken to repatriate Canadians from Wuhan, China. The group discussed the successful arrival of Canada’s second chartered plane from Wuhan at the Canadian Armed Forces base in Trenton, Ontario, and steps being taken in collaboration with provinces to support arriving Canadians. The Government of Canada continues to work with local, provincial, and territorial health authorities to protect the health and safety of all Canadians. The risk to Canadians remains low.

The group highlighted support for affected Canadians quarantined aboard a cruise ship off the coast of Japan, as well as the government’s continued consular support to Canadians. The group reaffirmed that Canadians should continue to follow all travel advisories, and avoid the spread of fear, stigma, and racism.

The group also discussed the World Health Organization’s call for donations, to which Canada has responded with $2 million to help vulnerable countries prepare for and respond to the coronavirus. Over the past week, Canada has provided 16 tonnes of personal protective equipment to China to support the ongoing response to the outbreak.

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