The act, which went into effect March 25, states that anyone returning to Canada from another country must immediately self-isolate for 14 days, with penalties of fines or jail time.
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has eased children's concerns by confirming that the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are considered "essential workers" during the coronavirus pandemic.
However, she also cautioned the public that this did not necessarily mean the Easter Bunny would this year be frequenting as many homes as it normally did.
"I know it is tough for the younger kids to explain what is going on right now and the kids have simple things they are anxious about like the Easter Bunny", Ford said during a news conference at Queen's Park. "But because we're all in isolation at the moment, the Easter Bunny might not make it to every house this year-they probably have to look after their own Bunny family too". The President of the health care system of Guernsey, Nicola Brink, said: "Some fear that there will be no Easter egg hunt, and that the tooth fairy can collect no fancy milk teeth".
After the press conference, in an Instagram post, Ardern fleshed out the idea - complete with a full stencil illustration, to be printed out and coloured in by eager children.
Discussion arose when Holly revealed that her daughter Belle, eight, had lost a tooth leading them to discussing Jacinda's comments.
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But she warned that there may be some cases where the Easter Bunny doesn't make it, and instead pitched the idea of one's neighbourhood helping out. All you have to do is colour it in or decorate it, and pop it in your window for other kids to find.
Similar to the "Rainbow Hunts" taking place in communities across the country, both adults and children are being encouraged to join in by grabbing paint, tissue paper, colouring pencils and construction paper and putting eye-catching designs in their windows for all to see.