Canada's national parks are closed to the public until May 31

Canada's national parks are closed to the public until May 31


The state agency Parcs Canada, in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus infection COVID-19, decided to suspend the operation of campsites and any activities on the territory of national parks, historic sites and marine reserves, at least until May 31.

New applications to attend Parcs Canada will not be accepted until at least June 1. All previously made reservations will be automatically canceled and the funds will be refunded in full.

In Canada, there are more than 28.000 of COVID-19 and more than 1070 virus-related deaths.

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