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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the partial shutdown of Canada has to last weeks more to get COVID-19 under control.

In the last month, the national economy has contracted sharply as businesses have been ordered closed and Canadians ordered to stay home.

In a fierce warning from in front of his residence in Ottawa, Trudeau says we're still contending with the first wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

If we loosen controls too quickly, Trudeau says we'll give up the ground we've gained and do much more damage to the country and its people than we already have.

Trudeau on Wednesday also announced expanded eligibility rules for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit and a plan to top up pay for some essential workers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The CERB will become available to Canadians who have exhausted their employment insurance (EI) benefits since Jan. 1, seasonal workers who can’t find work because of COVID-19, and those who earn up to $1,000 a month, the prime minister said.

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