Mexico will continue sending impermanent ranch laborers to Canada after the two nations agreed on improved security insurances for workers on Canadian homesteads during the coronavirus pandemic, the Mexican government said on Sunday.
Mexico said last Tuesday it would delay sending laborers to ranches with coronavirus contamination after Mexican nationals kicked the bucket from COVID-19 after episodes on 17 Canadian homesteads.
The declaration came as wellbeing authorities in southern Ontario on Sunday affirmed a third transient laborer from Mexico had kicked the bucket.
The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit said that the specialist was with Scotlynn Group — a huge scope cultivating activity in Vittoria, Ont. — that right now has 217 positive cases including transient laborers and ranch workers.
Canadian ranchers depend on 60,000 transient outside laborers, transcendentally from Latin America and the Caribbean, to plant and collect yields.