Mandatory COVID-19 testing begins at 11 more land borders

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    Non-essential travellers crossing into Canada at 11 more border crossings — including Windor’s Ambassador Bridge — will be required to take a COVID-19 test on site starting Thursday. The program began at five other crossings a week ago. 

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