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Canada has the largest group of new tensions outside Brazil. Today scientists have said that it was “unavoidable” that Brazil’s coronavirus version would override strict quarantine enforced by Canadian border controls. The scientists said that the highly contagious new variants would find a way to “leak” out of individual plans such as quarantine hotels and safe border controls.

Experts say staff members in quarantine hotels can transmit the virus to the general population.

Failures in infection control practices are another cause of dangerous strains with foothills internationally.

Currently, Canada has the largest outbreak of the P.1 variant outside Brazil, and several provinces have been reported to have major flare-ups in recent times.

The Whistler Blackcomb ski resort has been closed after the discovery of 877 cases of the highly contagious Brazilian version, P.1 strain, by Canadian authorities in British Columbia.

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In addition, over the past week, 100 people have caught Brazilian tension in both Alberta and Ontario.

Officials are trying to figure out how variants can spread so fast in areas without major international travel links.

Professor Lawrence Young, a microbiologist at the University of Warwick, has told the Daily Mail that it is impossible to find the exact entry point of the Brazilian version in Canada.

Microbiologists said that the most likely stray people in the country were by a staff member of Canada’s ultra-strict quarter hotel.

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Speaking for the Daily Mail, Professor Young said: “The point with restricting contacts and variants is that you have to be mega, mega strict or it is inevitable with a very, very contagious virus that it will be passed.

“There have been other cases of leaks from strict hotel quarantine in Australia, it may be that hotel staff are being too lenient and interacting with patients while giving them food.

“Transmission in quarantine hotels is well documented among employees.”

Canada has a quarantine system that is more strict than the one in Britain.

Any citizen who arrives in Canada for “non-essential” reasons should disassociate themselves in approved quarantine hotels.

Arrivals should be set aside for 14 days in quarantine hotels, whether they test negative or not.

Professor Lawrence of the University of Warrick said quarantine hotels can prevent the majority of cases, but some infected individuals who are contagious may slip through the crack.

He said: “When it comes to these variants there are a lot of variables, they are very communicable and contagious so they do not require as much social interaction to spread around.

“By the time you first identify them, they are already there already and have spread to many countries, which makes it impossible to monitor everyone.”

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