OTTAWA, June 10 (Reuters) – Canada is suspending random COVID-19 testing at all of its airports for the rest of June to reduce the long wait times travelers have experienced in recent weeks, a government source said Friday.
Random testing will be paused from Saturday, then resume on July 1, but “off-site”, the source said.
(Reporting by Steve Scherer editing by Chris Reese)
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