With the flu season fast approaching, the federal government is ramping up its efforts to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says it has detected about 20 cases of coronaviruses linked to shoe covers and dispensers in the United States and Canada.
As of Sunday, there are 6,632 confirmed cases of the coronaviral disease in the U.S., a number that has been rising steadily in recent days, with the flu strain now affecting more than one-quarter of Americans, according to a statement released by the CFIA.
The agency has ordered all retail outlets that sell or use shoes, boots, hats and coats to use the product’s dispensers, which have been found in more than 30 million Americans.
The agency has also issued a warning to consumers, advising them to keep their fingers off their shoes and to keep away from the handles of all items that have been used in a way that can be inhaled.
The Canadian Health Minister says the CFSA’s order will help ensure that people can continue to wear their shoes while taking their medicine.
The CFIA says it does not know if the affected stores are complying with the order, but has sent a letter to the company to remind them of its order.
The government has ordered more than 20,000 additional boots and gloves to be shipped to the United Kingdom to help with the distribution of the masks.
In the United Arab Emirates, the Ministry of Health has ordered 1,000 new disposable gloves to distribute to the health department, and the UAE’s Ministry of Food has also ordered 1.3 million gloves to supply to the country’s food ministry.
The Ministry of Agriculture has also said it is sending 10 million gloves.
In Canada, Health Minister Rona Ambrose said Sunday that health-care workers who are wearing gloves will be required to wear them when working.
Ambrose has previously called for the use of gloves at all times.
Ambrose says she expects to be back in Ottawa on Monday, where she will meet with health officials.In the U