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Feds, 4 provinces not looking at COVID-19 phone tracking

News | 03/24/2020 12:39 pm EDT
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to media on Mar. 23, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday the federal government isn’t currently considering using location data from Canadians’ cellphones to track the spread of COVID-19, while representatives from the Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nunavut governments also told The Wire Report they don’t have such measures in the works.

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