Canadian Truckers Don’t Want to Drive into the U.S.

According to a recent poll, 93% of Canadians think that traveling South to the U.S. this summer is not a good idea. Currently, Canada has a 14-day isolation rule for those coming back from the U.S. but truckers are exempt from having to do this because they are considered ‘essential’. Foods and raw materials being delivered back and forth between the two countries are helping keep the economies rolling through this pandemic. Not that it can be refused, but some Canadian truckers just don’t want to risk it. One trucker from Ontario refuses to work in the U.S. and believes that Americans are not taking this pandemic seriously. Click the link below to learn more about the concerns Canadian truckers have when traveling to the U.S. and staying healthy during this health crisis.

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